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Mazon Creek Scorpion
Close-up of 25 spiderlings entombed in a piece of Mexican amber
Ever wonder what those big, pretty Green River fish plates look like before all the prep work?
Amphicyon longiramus, a bear-dog, apex predator of the early miocene in North America. The jaw measures nearly 12 inches long.
Iridescent Placenticeras ammonite from the Cretaceous near Alberta, Canada
Xiphactinus audax (bulldog tarpon) from the Cretaceous of Kansas
New species of bird, probably a vulture, from the Green River Formation of Wyoming
Dramatic fish aspiration (choking to death on another fish) from the Green River Formation in Wyoming
Death assemblage of Ordovician trilobites from St. Petersburg, Russia
Eocene snake from Messel, Germany
Nearly complete Cretaceous shark from Kansas
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