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Jurassic ocean. (Diorama: Jurassic ocean with ammonite (Titanites anguiformis, based on fossil from Portland, Dorset, England) and ichthyosaurs (Stenopterygius sp. based on fossils from Holzmaden, Germany). Coiled cephal

Jurassic ocean. (Diorama: Jurassic ocean with ammonite (Titanites anguiformis, based on fossil from Portland, Dorset, England) and ichthyosaurs (Stenopterygius sp. based on fossils from Holzmaden, Germany). Coiled cephal

Ordovician marine fossils near Maysville, Kentucky. These shells lived in an ancient sea sometime between 440-500 million years ago, before either the Atlantic ocean or Appalachian Mountains existed".

Ordovician marine fossils near Maysville, Kentucky. These shells lived in an ancient sea sometime between 440-500 million years ago, before either the Atlantic ocean or Appalachian Mountains existed".

Title: The Last Dinosaur  Artist: Daniel Eskridge  Medium: Digital Art - Digital    Description:    Archaeopteryx is a creature that seems to be half bird, half dinosaur. He is featured in this latest of my paleo art series. It lived in the Late Jurassic Period around 150 million years ago and it seems to represent the transition from dinosaur to bird. As a result I've called this image The Last Dinosaur.

Title: The Last Dinosaur Artist: Daniel Eskridge Medium: Digital Art - Digital Description: Archaeopteryx is a creature that seems to be half bird, half dinosaur. He is featured in this latest of my paleo art series. It lived in the Late Jurassic Period around 150 million years ago and it seems to represent the transition from dinosaur to bird. As a result I've called this image The Last Dinosaur.

This beautiful, haunting painting depicts the Devonian era forest in Gilboa NY where I live. Kristen is an amazing artist, whose interest in the fossils of Gilboa goes well beyond her art work.

This beautiful, haunting painting depicts the Devonian era forest in Gilboa NY where I live. Kristen is an amazing artist, whose interest in the fossils of Gilboa goes well beyond her art work.

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