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Dalmanites Myops trilobite fossil, Silurian Period. From the collections of Dudley Museums Service.

Dalmanites Myops trilobite fossil, Silurian Period. From the collections of Dudley Museums Service.

A fossil fish from the Eocene Epoch, know as Mioplosus labracoides, died while eating a smaller fish.

A fossil fish from the Eocene Epoch, know as Mioplosus labracoides, died while eating a smaller fish.

amphibian fossil (Sclerocephalus sp.). These salamander-like amphibians once inhabited swamps in what is now Southwest Germany. The preservation is remarkable; even the small finger bones have fossilized. Age: Permian- 295 million years. Location: Odenheim, Germany (Pfalz).

amphibian fossil (Sclerocephalus sp.). These salamander-like amphibians once inhabited swamps in what is now Southwest Germany. The preservation is remarkable; even the small finger bones have fossilized. Age: Permian- 295 million years. Location: Odenheim, Germany (Pfalz).

These two adult fossilized turtles, each more than 4 feet long, belong to the species Christernon undatum. They are part a family of turtles known as Baenidae, which have only been found in North America and have extremely long tails. The animals didn't have the ability to tuck their heads into their shells; that's why all of the complete skeletons of these turtles from Fossil Lake have their heads poking out. Baenids flourished during the Late Cretaceous but became extinct in the late ...

These two adult fossilized turtles, each more than 4 feet long, belong to the species Christernon undatum. They are part a family of turtles known as Baenidae, which have only been found in North America and have extremely long tails. The animals didn't have the ability to tuck their heads into their shells; that's why all of the complete skeletons of these turtles from Fossil Lake have their heads poking out. Baenids flourished during the Late Cretaceous but became extinct in the late ...

Fossil Flying Fish (Exocoetoides) From Lebanon

Fossil Flying Fish (Exocoetoides) From Lebanon