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Creature Feature #8: Whatcheeria deltae by Torvosaurus i.
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FM PR 1700, the type specimen of Whatcheeria deltae. Scale bar represents 5 cm. Image courtesy of Lombard and Bolt, 1995. Scientific Classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Clade: Tetrapodomorpha Clade: Eotetrapodiformes Clade: ...
Founding Fathers of American Paleontology; Part 2: Harlan, Hitchcock, and Leidy by Carnoferox
Portraits of Richard Harlan and the Reverend Edward Hitchcock, as well as a photograph of Joseph Leidy. Images courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. Continued from Part 1. Richard Harlan Richard Harlan (1796-1843) built on the discoveries of his ...

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I found two of these today at lake erie beach in ashtabula . Also wondering what they are. also thinking teeth.
by tammy - 2 hours ago
Welcome to Dinosaur Home!
by Vale - 10 hours ago
Do you have any pictures?
by Carnoferox - 10 hours ago
Not correct at all I'm afraid. The fossilization process will not turn fossils into either limestone or sandstone. Limestone is formed by the calcified skeletons of small sea creatures, ...
by Carnoferox - 10 hours ago
It's an ammonite shell.
by Carnoferox - 10 hours ago
I'm in Manahawkin- good find!
by Mike - 11 hours ago

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