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Iron pyrite fossil ammomites found in blue lias deposits, Charmouth, along the Jurassic Coast, Dorset, UK  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90674876 Iron pyrite fossil ammomites found in blue lias deposits, Charmouth, along the Jurassic Coast, Dorset, UK© Alex Hyde / NPL
Ammonite, cross section  -  Chris Mattison/ npl
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90674359 Ammonite, cross section© Chris Mattison / NPL
Ammonite, cross section on black background,  -  Chris Mattison/ npl
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90674358 Ammonite, cross section on black background,© Chris Mattison / NPL
Inland ring-tailed gecko (Cyrtodactylus macdonaldi) on limestone deposit containing fossils, Chillagoe, north Queensland, Australia, May.
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90867677 Inland ring-tailed gecko (Cyrtodactylus macdonaldi) on limestone deposit containing fossils, Chillagoe, north Queensland, Australia, May.©
Ammonite (Promicroceras marstonense and Asteroceras marstonense) fossils in rock from Lower Jurrassic. From Lower Lias, Obtusum zone, Marston magna, Somerset, England, UK.
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90855322 Ammonite (Promicroceras marstonense and Asteroceras marstonense) fossils in rock from Lower Jurrassic. From Lower Lias, Obtusum zone, Marston magna, Somerset, England, UK.©
Coquina, a sedimentary rock that is composed either wholly or almost entirely of the transported, abraded, and mechanically-sorted fragments of the shells of molluscs, trilobites, brachiopods, or othe...
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90848931 Coquina, a sedimentary rock that is composed either wholly or almost entirely of the transported, abraded, and mechanically-sorted fragments of the shells of molluscs, trilobites, brachiopods, or othe...©
Close up of a polished cross section of Kambaba Jasper, fossil Stromatolite, Madagascar.
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90848930 Close up of a polished cross section of Kambaba Jasper, fossil Stromatolite, Madagascar.©
Close up of a polished cross section of Kambaba Jasper, fossilised Stromatolite, Madagascar.
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90848929 Close up of a polished cross section of Kambaba Jasper, fossilised Stromatolite, Madagascar.©
Mookaite, a brecciated radiolarite, composed of fossil radiolarians, Western Australia, Cretaceous period.
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90848925 Mookaite, a brecciated radiolarite, composed of fossil radiolarians, Western Australia, Cretaceous period.©
Stromatolite (columnar) fossil, also called microbial carbonates, Torgo River Basin,Yakutia, Saha Republic, Russia, Precambrian.
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90848920 Stromatolite (columnar) fossil, also called microbial carbonates, Torgo River Basin,Yakutia, Saha Republic, Russia, Precambrian.©
Fossil trilobite (Kettneraspis sp) from Devonian period, Morocco.
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90848882 Fossil trilobite (Kettneraspis sp) from Devonian period, Morocco.©
Fossil stromatolite, Wyoming, USA, March.
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90848858 Fossil stromatolite, Wyoming, USA, March.©
Fossil trilobite (Kettneraspis sp.) from Devonian period, Morocco.
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90848835 Fossil trilobite (Kettneraspis sp.) from Devonian period, Morocco.©
Selenite 'rose', a form of gypsum, Mexico.
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90848825 Selenite 'rose', a form of gypsum, Mexico.©
Oscar Range, an exceptionally well preserved fossilized Devonian Reef, Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90837479 Oscar Range, an exceptionally well preserved fossilized Devonian Reef, Kimberley, Western Australia.© Marie Lochman
Oscar Range, an exceptionally well preserved fossilized Devonian Reef, Kimberley, Western Australia.
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90837478 Oscar Range, an exceptionally well preserved fossilized Devonian Reef, Kimberley, Western Australia.© Marie Lochman
Fossil (Knightia sp) from Eocene 50 million year old, Green River Formation, Wyoming, USA, November.
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90836225 Fossil (Knightia sp) from Eocene 50 million year old, Green River Formation, Wyoming, USA, November.© John Cancalosi
Fossil Amphibian (Sclerocephaleus hauseri) from the Permian period, Germany
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90834034 Fossil Amphibian (Sclerocephaleus hauseri) from the Permian period, Germany© John Cancalosi
Fossil Fish (Belonostomus) from the Jurassic period, Solnhofen, Germany
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90834033 Fossil Fish (Belonostomus) from the Jurassic period, Solnhofen, Germany© John Cancalosi
Fossil Crinoid (Jimbacrinus bostocki) from the Early Permian period, Gascoyne Junction, Western Australia
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90834031 Fossil Crinoid (Jimbacrinus bostocki) from the Early Permian period, Gascoyne Junction, Western Australia© John Cancalosi
Fossil Lacewing (Planipennia) from the Early Cretaceous Period, Santana Formation, Brazil
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90834030 Fossil Lacewing (Planipennia) from the Early Cretaceous Period, Santana Formation, Brazil© John Cancalosi
Fossil fish (Aipichthys velifer) from the Cretaceous period, Lebanon
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90834027 Fossil fish (Aipichthys velifer) from the Cretaceous period, Lebanon© John Cancalosi
Fossil ammonite (Desmoceras sp.) under UV light, from the Upper Early Cretaceous period, Mahajanga Province, Madagascar
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90833996 Fossil ammonite (Desmoceras sp.) under UV light, from the Upper Early Cretaceous period, Mahajanga Province, Madagascar© John Cancalosi
Cross section of a fossil Ammonite (Cleoniceras sp.) from the Upper Early Cretaceous. Mahajanga province, Madagascar
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90833994 Cross section of a fossil Ammonite (Cleoniceras sp.) from the Upper Early Cretaceous. Mahajanga province, Madagascar© John Cancalosi
Fossil fish (Ameopsis lepidota) from the Upper Triassic period. Solnhofen, Germany
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90833990 Fossil fish (Ameopsis lepidota) from the Upper Triassic period. Solnhofen, Germany© John Cancalosi
Fossil fern (Neurpteris ovata) from the Carboniferus period, New Mexico
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90833989 Fossil fern (Neurpteris ovata) from the Carboniferus period, New Mexico© John Cancalosi
Fossil Reptile (Keichousaurus hui) from the Triassic period. China. Family Pachypluerosauridae.
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90833988 Fossil Reptile (Keichousaurus hui) from the Triassic period. China. Family Pachypluerosauridae.© John Cancalosi
Fossil echinoderm / starfish.
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90833987 Fossil echinoderm / starfish.© John Cancalosi
Fossil Lungfish (Osteolepis panderi) from the Mid-Devonian. Caithness, Scotland
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90833986 Fossil Lungfish (Osteolepis panderi) from the Mid-Devonian. Caithness, Scotland© John Cancalosi
Fossil Placoderm fish (Pterichthodes milleri) from the Mid-Devonian period. Caithness, Scotland
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90833985 Fossil Placoderm fish (Pterichthodes milleri) from the Mid-Devonian period. Caithness, Scotland© John Cancalosi
Fossil Ammonites (Coccosteus cuspidata) from the Mid-Devonian period, Caithness, Scotland
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90833984 Fossil Ammonites (Coccosteus cuspidata) from the Mid-Devonian period, Caithness, Scotland© John Cancalosi
Petrified trees and travetine cascade. Geothermal feature at Mammoth Hot Springs. Yellowstone National Park, USA.
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90830335 Petrified trees and travetine cascade. Geothermal feature at Mammoth Hot Springs. Yellowstone National Park, USA.© Nick Garbutt
Fossil Brittle Starfish (Ophioetra lithographica), Upper Jurassic, 140 million years ago, Solnhofen, Germany.
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90830248 Fossil Brittle Starfish (Ophioetra lithographica), Upper Jurassic, 140 million years ago, Solnhofen, Germany.© Will Watson
Sea Urchin fossil (Clypeus ploti), Middle Jurassic, 175 million years ago. Gloucester, England.
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90830238 Sea Urchin fossil (Clypeus ploti), Middle Jurassic, 175 million years ago. Gloucester, England.© Will Watson
Woollly Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) tusk cross section originating from Siberia, Russia.
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90830233 Woollly Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) tusk cross section originating from Siberia, Russia.© Will Watson
Woolly mammoth hair (Mammuthus primisgenius) in excess of 10,000 years old, magnified 10 times, originating from Siberia, Russia.
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90830232 Woolly mammoth hair (Mammuthus primisgenius) in excess of 10,000 years old, magnified 10 times, originating from Siberia, Russia.© Will Watson
Favosites gothlandicus, a Silurian Tabulate fossil, Wenlock Edge, Shropshire, England.
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90828858 Favosites gothlandicus, a Silurian Tabulate fossil, Wenlock Edge, Shropshire, England.© Will Watson
Fossilised Rugose Coral (Omphyma sp.) Silurian Period, Much Wenlock Limestone, 428 to 433 million years of age, Paul Olver Collection, England.
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90828857 Fossilised Rugose Coral (Omphyma sp.) Silurian Period, Much Wenlock Limestone, 428 to 433 million years of age, Paul Olver Collection, England.© Will Watson
Ammonite Graveyard at sunrise, Monmouth Beach, Lyme Regis, Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, Dorset, England, UK
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90826612 Ammonite Graveyard at sunrise, Monmouth Beach, Lyme Regis, Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, Dorset, England, UK© Guy Edwardes
Fossilized whale in desert near Ica, Peru.
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90820509 Fossilized whale in desert near Ica, Peru.© JIM CLARE
Fossilized whale in desert near Ica, Peru.
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90820508 Fossilized whale in desert near Ica, Peru.© JIM CLARE
Fossilized whale, next to vehicle to show scale, in desert near Ica, Peru.
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90820507 Fossilized whale, next to vehicle to show scale, in desert near Ica, Peru.© JIM CLARE
Fossilized whale baleen, desert near Ica, Peru.
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90820506 Fossilized whale baleen, desert near Ica, Peru.© JIM CLARE
Fossilized whale vertebrae, desert near Ica, Peru.
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90820505 Fossilized whale vertebrae, desert near Ica, Peru.© JIM CLARE
Thrombolites at Lake Clifton, Yalgorup National Park, south west, Western Australia, April 2017
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90813632 Thrombolites at Lake Clifton, Yalgorup National Park, south west, Western Australia, April 2017© Marie Lochman
Devonian sandstone with trace fossil. Tetrapod tracks created by a primitive four-limbed vertebrate circa 385 Million years ago. One of the oldest vertebrate tracks in the world. Valentia Island, Coun...
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90800608 Devonian sandstone with trace fossil. Tetrapod tracks created by a primitive four-limbed vertebrate circa 385 Million years ago. One of the oldest vertebrate tracks in the world. Valentia Island, Coun...© Will Watson
Jawbone of extinct Gamssulzen cave bear (Ursus ingressus) that lived in Central Europe during the late pleistocene. Krizna Jama / Cross cave, Loz valley, Bloska Polica, Slovenia.
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90797020 Jawbone of extinct Gamssulzen cave bear (Ursus ingressus) that lived in Central Europe during the late pleistocene. Krizna Jama / Cross cave, Loz valley, Bloska Polica, Slovenia.© Franco Banfi
Carbonifeous (Dinantian) Crinoidal Limestone, Halkyn, Wales. This limestone is wholly made up of fragments of fossil Crinoids.Crinoids are similar to Sea Lillys
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90791298 Carbonifeous (Dinantian) Crinoidal Limestone, Halkyn, Wales. This limestone is wholly made up of fragments of fossil Crinoids.Crinoids are similar to Sea Lillys© Graham Eaton
Fossilised Water Snipe Fly larvae (Athericidae) Green River Formation; an Eocene  Lagersttte, circa 50 million years ago, Wyoming, USA.
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90783011 Fossilised Water Snipe Fly larvae (Athericidae) Green River Formation; an Eocene Lagersttte, circa 50 million years ago, Wyoming, USA.© Will Watson
Confuciusornis sp. fossil. This genus was a primitive crow-sized bird from the Early Cretaceous Yixian and Jiufotang Formations of China, dating from 125 to 120 million years ago
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90781754 Confuciusornis sp. fossil. This genus was a primitive crow-sized bird from the Early Cretaceous Yixian and Jiufotang Formations of China, dating from 125 to 120 million years ago© John Cancalosi
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