Found Patterns: Fossils

FoundPatterns_PatternObserver23Images via: (clockwise from top left)  “Fossil Heaven” by Mike Beauregard (cropped from original),  “Spinners” by Mike Beauregard (cropped from original),  “Diploria fossil brain coral on Devil’s Point Hardground (Cockburn Town Member, Grotto Beach Formation, Upper Pleistocene, ~120-123 ka; Cockburn Town Fossil Reef, San Salvador Island, Bahamas) 4” by James St. John (cropped from original),  “Mammuthus sp. (mammoth fossil tooth) (Pleistocene, USA) 2” by James St. John “Ammonite” by William Warby “Diploria strigosa fossil symmetrical brain coral (Cockburn Town Member, Grotto Beach Formation, Upper Pleistocene, 114-127 ka; Cockburn Town Fossil Reef, San Salvador Island, Bahamas) 16” by James St. John (cropped from original),  “Neuropteris flexuosa fossil plant (Mazon Creek Lagerstatte, Francis Creek Shale, Middle Pennsylvanian; coal mine dump pile near Essex, northern Illinois, USA)” by James St. John

 

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