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Sedimentary rock - with what appears to be Crinoid fossils present.

Fossilized Crinoids.  ---------  I'm quite excited to have found many of the stem pieces. To find a whole specimen would be fantastic!

At the Museum of Natural History, Washington DC.

Precambrian sedimentary rock layers in northern Michigan that have undergone multiple phases of tectonic deformation.

msugeology: “ MSU geology students examine Precambrian sedimentary rock layers in northern Michigan that have undergone multiple phases of tectonic deformation.

By Catharinas-Love

fossils found locally--Garden of the Gods, Red Rocks Open Space, and Pulpit Rock…

Sedimentary rock layers at Hengistbury Head, Dorset.

Hengistbury Head Geology, Dorset, Old Version - by Ian West

Canyon walls from Bright Angel Point, sunrise. Grand Canyon National Park ( color)

Canyon walls from Bright Angel Point, sunrise. Grand Canyon National Park,Part of gallery of color pictures of US National Parks by professional photographer QT Luong, available as prints or for licensing.

mineralized Dino bone

Petrified Dinosaur Bone e é uma pedra preciosa.

Fossilized jellyfish

Fossilized Jellyfish-this would be a cool quilt

Fossil shoreline

by Joel Bybee Sculpture at Pashley Manor UK

Biggs Jasper  The foundations of the city walls were decorated with every kind of precious stone. The first foundation was jasper, the second sapphire, the third agate, the fourth emerald," ~ Revelation 21:19

Biggs Jasper by Wood's Stoneworks and Photo Factory

Igneous rock formation.   Rock of the Earth.

Igneous rock formation. Rock of the Earth.

Brittlestars: Class Ophiuroidea

UK Fossils for sale including ammonites - Fossils Direct. Fossils for sale, high quality British fossils in our on-line fossil shop, from one of the UK's leading fossil dealers.

Uintacrinus fossil (a crinoid, 65 million years old); from http://selectivefocusphotography.blogspot.com/search?q=fossils

Crinoid fossil 65 million yrs old.

Paleobirding: What Birds Looked Like 125 Million Years Ago."Yanornis was one of the most anatomically modern paleo-birds.The pigeon-size bird had teeth, a long snout, a fanned tail, long wings, and a keeled breastbone that supported strong flight muscles.Fossils of this ancient bird typically have stomach stones, which help animals to digest plants, leaves, grains or seeds.Paleontologists have also found specimens with fish remains in their gut - they probably lived close to the lakeshore."

Paleobirding: What Birds Looked Like 125 Million Years Ago

Yanornis was one of the most anatomically modern paleo-birds. The pigeon-size bird had teeth, a long snout, a fanned tail, long wings, and a keeled breastbone that supported strong flight muscles.

Geological Time and the History of Life - Never before has the latest geological information been so beautifully presented … an excellent way to get everybody excited about geology and paleontology!

Geological time and the history of life chart.

Annularia Fossil -- a horsetail from the Carboniferous Period.

Annularia Fossil, horsetail frm th Carboniferous Period

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