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Matt Dempsey
The many faces of Ceratopsidae for #FossilFriday. This was a fun little drawing exercise. While this isn't every single ceratopsid, almost every species with good cranial remains is represented here. Omissions were made either due to them being a tad too scrappy for me... (1/5) https://t.co/G0WBlPWI1Y
03 Apr, 09:45 AM UTC
Gabriel N. U.
For today’s #FossilFriday Falcarius utahensis (a therizinosaur from Early Cretaceous USA) in alert posture #paleoart #sciart #dinosaurs https://t.co/oA3BxzavY0
03 Apr, 01:31 PM UTC
Henry Sharpe
Ornithomimus enjoying a dirt bath, cause I needed something more painterly to help get through online classes. We know more about what this animal looked like than most Alberta dinosaurs! #FossilFriday #SciArt #Paleoart https://t.co/rDhLu06Ofj
03 Apr, 04:57 PM UTC
Mark Witton
I'm late for #FossilFriday, but better late than never, right? Here's some #paleoart of Cimoliopterus, one of the last of the toothed pterosaurs. The genus seems to have been widespread, occurring in both Britain and the United States. https://t.co/huefv7N07n
03 Apr, 05:36 PM UTC
Chris Stringer
#FossilFriday Well it has to be the Broken Hill discovery in 1921 (pictured with miner Tom Zwigelaar) @NHM_London @NHM_Anthro https://t.co/LJjnNn195p
03 Apr, 07:57 AM UTC
John Pickrell 🌈
A scientist on a caving trip spotted huge sauropod dinosaur tracks on the roof of a French Cave. 500m underground, the footprints reveal the seaside stroll three titanosaurs took 166 million years ago. My brief for @nature: https://t.co/rRJbpB83q3 #FossilFriday @john_pickrell's photo on #fossilfriday
03 Apr, 12:08 PM UTC
Dr Dean Lomax
Here’s a very happy Permian amphibian to brighten up your #FossilFriday.⁣ ⁣ A super fine specimen showing the exceptional body outline. Collected from Germany and photographed at the Wyoming Dinosaur Center.⁣ https://t.co/VJ8Bsp44vt
03 Apr, 10:56 AM UTC
Matt Dempsey
My scan of a very big Iguanodon humerus (+me for reference). This bone is almost 1m. It's HUGE for an ornithopod, matched only by giant Hadrosaurs such as Shatungosaurus. This individual likely approached the larger tyrannosaurids in length but was probably bulkier. #FossilFriday https://t.co/kM3LRpBkiV
03 Apr, 06:09 PM UTC
The Ice Age ❄️
Gruesome evidence of the complex culture of butchering human remains at Gough’s Cave in Somerset at the very end of the last ice age. Note the cut marks from sharp flint where flesh was removed @NHM_London #FossilFriday https://t.co/fRqcWVOJgl
03 Apr, 07:47 AM UTC
Andres Elgorriaga
Un helecho fértil del Paleozoico de Chubut, de hace unos 280-290 millones de años. A fertile fern frond from the Paleozoic of Chubut (#Patagonia), some 280-290 million years old. #FossilFriday #FernFriday #Fosiles #Fossils #Ferns #paleontologia #Paleontology https://t.co/0uQHMTil28
03 Apr, 05:03 PM UTC
Yale University
Happy #FossilFriday! @YalePeabody Museum invites natural history fans of all ages to relax with a free 15-page coloring book. Find dino-mite activities and at-home lesson plans at https://t.co/L9Wu1wfBib ⁣ ⁣ #museumfromhome #yale⁣ https://t.co/mkWNMu6C0X
03 Apr, 12:27 PM UTC
Christian Kammerer
Holotype of Broomulus dutoiti, an Early Triassic temnospondyl amphibian from South Africa, currently considered to represent a synonym of the abundant early stereospondyl Lydekkerina huxleyi. #FossilFriday https://t.co/Vk5hs5lFws
03 Apr, 01:22 PM UTC
NHM Fossil Mammals
The NHM may be closed but you can still explore our collection online! The museum has many 3D scans of specimens on SketchFab, such as this aurochs skull #FossilFriday https://t.co/hT4kpjQrfd
03 Apr, 11:33 AM UTC
Natalia Jagielska
Upright standing Tyrannosaurus from Oxford #FossilFriday https://t.co/t7MHszM6x3
03 Apr, 11:41 AM UTC
Thomas Cullen
As the self-isolation continues, I'm recalling 2010 #fieldwork on Devon Island, Nunavut, w/ Natalia Rybczynski, Mary Dawson, et al. We found cool new sites & excavated more of the holotype of the stem-pinniped Puijila darwini. #FossilFriday #FieldworkFriday #WickedFossilMammals https://t.co/74U0tpSxfq
03 Apr, 05:27 PM UTC
Nuestro #FossilFriday para #Homoantecessor 📸fotos @Jmbdecastro 🎨dibujo del libro #elchicodelagrandolina de @MAntonPaleoart https://t.co/URdwRNSClP
03 Apr, 08:29 AM UTC
Smithsonian's NMNH
#FossilFriday science enrichment activity: live webinar with Smithsonian paleontologist Laura Soul, today at 1pm ET. She’ll show participants a fossil from a pliosaur – an ancient sea monster – and answer questions! #DistanceLearning #SmithsonianEdu https://t.co/wCZ4sFBntE @NMNH's photo on #fossilfriday
03 Apr, 02:19 PM UTC
Aaron LeBlanc
It's #FossilFriday! Here's a peek at the strange teeth along the lower jaw of the plant-eater, Priosphenodon! Instead of having triangular teeth, these reptiles evolved a strange set of half-cones of enamel and dentine. I've never seen that before! https://t.co/JEOg7qF1az https://t.co/hVAKdXHRuy
03 Apr, 03:41 PM UTC
Andrew McDonald
For #FossilFriday, the holotype left ilium of the tyrannosauroid dinosaur Stokesosaurus clevelandi @NHMU. It’s from the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry in Utah, Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation. This midsized lanky tyrant dinosaur lived alongside the much larger Allosaurus. https://t.co/0lYhYDSbry
03 Apr, 05:01 PM UTC
Rachel Narducci
Extraction of a virtual brain model from a CT scanned skull of the giant ground sloth, Paramylodon harlani #FossilFriday @FloridaMuseum @BlochLab @volume_graphics https://t.co/T3dBtnqIH8
03 Apr, 05:25 PM UTC
LostFox18 🦊⁉️🦕
Meet Ajkaceratops. A small ceratopsian from the Cretaceous. It was a vegetarian, and about the same size as a cat... and I would LOVE to have one for a pet!!! 🥰 #FossilFriday ❤🧡💛💚🌄🌲🌲🍃 🦕🐈 https://t.co/CkEwZxHRZp
03 Apr, 06:34 PM UTC
The PalAss
James McKay, author of our book 'Trilobites, Dinosaurs and Mammoths', has had his artwork of an Antarctic Cretaceous rainforest featured on the cover of @nature this week. Congratulations James! #palaeoart #FossilFriday https://t.co/zMLRsF8GAP https://t.co/K2G0ZBnN4C
03 Apr, 04:18 PM UTC
American Museum of Natural History
Happy #FossilFriday! Meet Eusmilus olsontau, or “true knife.” This tiny nimravid lived ~30 mil yrs ago & represents the small end of the group’s size range early in their history. Fossils of Eusmilus have been found across the northern hemisphere from North America to Europe. @AMNH's photo on #fossilfriday
03 Apr, 07:00 PM UTC
Heck you Xiphactinus
The dread of the #Xiphactinus butt in 4 photos. Happy #FossilFriday . https://t.co/VxyHkQQQ1D
03 Apr, 04:58 PM UTC
Lewis LaRosa
#FossilFriday Argentinosaurus/Giganotosaurus mount at @FernbankMuseum with my kids for scale. https://t.co/lpgeg3r9ig
03 Apr, 05:37 PM UTC
#金曜日だから化石貼る #FossilFriday #Dilong #Guanlong #Suskityrannus #Xiongguanlong https://t.co/04565zqHzi
03 Apr, 03:00 PM UTC
Just a happy little gravel fossil to brighten your day! Paleozoic era Crinoid stem impression collected from local chert gravel by Theresa Brohimer Pester in Jones County, Mississippi. #FossilFriday https://t.co/tUbhsyqDnw
03 Apr, 02:26 PM UTC
Check out the size of this mammoth tooth! On the left is the grinding surface while on the right are the roots. Mammoths & mastodons roamed Montana during the Pleistocene. This fossil is from eastern Montana & is a part of the fossil mammal collections at MOR. #FossilFriday https://t.co/uPBZUbic0N
03 Apr, 05:10 PM UTC
#金曜日だから化石貼る #FossilFriday 日本列島でクジラの化石が相次いで発掘されているので、ご先祖様にあたる化石種クジラ類たち https://t.co/aGNtZhcQW8
03 Apr, 01:37 PM UTC
KU Paleobotany
Longitudinal section of Cycadeoidea cone from the Cretaceous of North America. Note the terminal ovules. Cute, yes? #FossilFriday https://t.co/DFLllcjm0H
03 Apr, 06:23 PM UTC