Fossils

Pictures of fossils, fossil finds from Everything Dinosaur field trips, photos of fossils sent in.
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The preserved skeleton of the baby Rapetosaurus, including vertebrae from the hip and tail and the femur.

Tiny Titanosaur Suggests Rapetosaurus Not Good at "Bringing Up Baby"

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A view of the skull (lateral views)

A New Late Cretaceous Titanosaur from Patagonia

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The magnificent Shantungosaurus dinosaurs on display in the entrance hall at the Zhucheng Dinosaur Museum.

Shantungosaurus giganteus Exhibit Recognised by Guinness Book of Records

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A splendid display of Lyme Regis fossils.

Lyme Regis Fossil Festival in Full Swing

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Digitised Dinosaur Leads to Dorking Museum Discovery

Digitised Dinosaur Leads to Dorking Museum Discovery

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The fossil whale tooth (centre) compared to a T. rex tooth (left) and an extant Sperm Whale tooth (right).

Giant Aussie Whale - A Terror of Pliocene Seas

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No evidence of teeth adapted to seed-eating were found in the study.

Seed Eating May Have Helped Birds Survive

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The tail drag made by an ancient crocodile preserved in the Red Ruby mudstones of the Cedar Mountain Formation (Utah).

New Dinosaur Track Exhibit Opened at Moab (Utah)

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New Dinosaur Track Exhibit Opened at Moab (Utah)

New Dinosaur Track Exhibit Opened at Moab (Utah)

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Hastocularis argus - an ancient harvestmen (arachnid) that had lateral eyes unlike modern harvestmen.

All Eyes on Ancient Arachnid

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Greg with a model of the Apatoraptor jawbone.

Apatoraptor pennatus - Helps to Tie Together the Caenagnathidae

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Plotting the evolution of whale echolocation using a 26 million-year-old fossil inner ear bone.

CT Scan of Ancient Whale Reveals Evolution of Echolocation

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One of the limb bones used in the study of Triassic vertebrates from Poland.

Spectroscopic Studies on Organic Matter from Triassic Reptile Bones

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Fossil material laid out to represent Asilisaurus (femora labelled).

Triassic Fossils Shed Light on Dinosaur Growth Rates

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New study helps to find more fossils. Combining palaeoclimate data with erosion studies and known fossil finds to predict where fossils can be found.

New Model to Help Find Fossils

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A nest of dinosaur eggs being returned to Mongolia by U.S. Customs officials.

Stolen Dinosaur Fossils Returned To Mongolia

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A Psittacosuaurus skeleton part of a haul being returned to Mongolia.

Stolen Dinosaur Fossils Returned to Mongolia

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Bactrosaurus fossils repatriated to Mongolia

Stolen Dinosaur Fossils Returned to Mongolia

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Microscopic analysis of the eggshell structure revealed unique features in this Lower Cretaceous dinosaur egg.

“Egg-citing” Dinosaur Egg Discovery from China

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Sylviornis foot bones (left) compared to the extant, mould building Malleefowl of Australia (right).

Extinct Bird of New Caledonia Mystery Solved

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Homo floresiensis female based on skeletal remains LB1. The date of H. floresiensis is revised.

Did Modern Humans Drive the Hobbit to Extinction?

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Evidence of malaria parasite in a mosquito preserved in Dominican amber.

Origins of Malaria Traced Back 100 Million Years

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Bernissartia fagesii, this is one of the four crocodiles found during the excavations of the Iguanodons at Bernissart. -Dinosaur Gallery- (Photo: Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences)

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The Cambrian Period (542-488 million years ago) began with one of the most important evolutionary events in the history of the Earth: the "Cambrian Explosion" of life in the oceans - Common Fossils of Oklahoma

Cambrian communities

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Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Skeletons (Individual)

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