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Zámecký skleník (Lednice, 14.11.2015)

Zámecký skleník (Lednice, 14.11.2015)

Detailed Green River Fossil Fish Priscacara serrata "An 18 inch layer specimen with extraordinary preservation"  F

I have always liked fossils. Detailed Green River Fossil Fish Priscacara serrata "An 18 inch layer specimen with extraordinary preservation"

Green River Formation Fossils,   Palmites sp., approximately 2 meters long. National Monument, Wyoming. Public Domain Image.  F

, approximately 2 meters long Credit: NPS photo The presence of palm fossils indicate a much warmer and wetter climate 52 million years ago, similar to the Gulf coast states today.

Fossil Alligator - Alligator prenasalis - This extinct member of the family Alligatoridae is the earliest known member of genus Alligator. It is a well known species from many fossils collected in the Oligocene Epoch - 33.9 ± 0.1 to 23.03 ± 0.05 Ma (million years ago) - layer of the Chadron & Brule Formations in South Dakota

Fossil Alligator - Alligator prenasalis - This extinct member of the family…

Fossil Clam Shell. Mercenaria Permagna. 4" across.  Rucks Pit Member, Nashua Formation.  Fort Drum Chrystal Mine  Okeechobee County, Florida

Fossil Clam Shell. Mercenaria Permagna. 4" across. Rucks Pit Member, Nashua Formation. Fort Drum Chrystal Mine Okeechobee County, Florida

The sunset

The sunset

The leaf

The leaf

Fossil Alligator - Alligator prenasalis - This extinct member of the family Alligatoridae is the earliest known member of genus Alligator. It is a well known species from many fossils collected in the Oligocene Epoch - 33.9 ± 0.1 to 23.03 ± 0.05 Ma (million years ago) - layer of the Chadron & Brule Formations in South Dakota

Fossil Alligator - Alligator prenasalis - This extinct member of the family…

Dinosaur National Monument - near Vernal, Utah

I've been to the dinosaur tracks in Morrison, Colorado. It is an incredible awe moment to place your hand where a dinosaur stood. I can't wait to see these fossils at Dinosaur National Monument.

fossiles

fossils -- or is this Gamera?