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The quintessential Australian Dinosaur, an opalised femur or thigh bone of a hypsilophodontid dinosaur from Lightning Ridge Photographer: John Broomfield

Coral (left) and bryozoans (right) are organisms that live in warm, shallow marine waters. Fossilized by infilling and replacement w/ quartz or calcite.

Stumps of Lepidodendron fossil trees - 330 million years ago when Scotland lay close to the equator.

Ditomopyge olsoni Trilobite Order Proetida, Superfamily Proetoidea, Family Proetidae Staunton Formation Middle Pennsylvanian Coal Run, Warren County, Indiana the collecting localities where these used to be found are no longer accessible. This is a sweet double specimen, each about .7 inches in length. The brown shell contrasts very well with the dark grey matrix.