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Natasha Reynolds
Here is an absolute doozy for #fossilfriday: a find of an ivory point tip embedded in a mammoth rib from the very beginning of the Upper Palaeolithic (ca. 40,000 cal BP) at Kostënki 14 in Russia. Solid evidence that people were hunting mammoth back then. Natasha Reynolds's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 10:46 AM UTC
Mark Witton
Your periodic reminder that all good data we have on giant pterosaur anatomy and biomechanics points to well developed flight capabilities, even though they were the size of giraffes. Details: https://t.co/eK6GcnFFGW #paleoart #FossilFriday https://t.co/fCFJciig9J
18 Jan, 11:17 AM UTC
Dean R. Lomax
There are several million living species on Earth 🌍. But, only ~300k known fossil species. Today is just one snapshot of time among millions in the past 600 million years where complex life has existed. Let that sink in #FossilFriday 🎨Ray Troll. Dean R. Lomax's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 07:55 AM UTC
Mark Witton
New #Patreon post for #FossilFriday: high res #paleoart of Temnodontosaurus eurycephalus, some hapless juvenile Ichthyosaurus breviceps, and an Early Jurassic sunset. It's yours - along with buttloads of other high-res artwork - for just $1 a month. https://t.co/SxtBWpFfB3 Mark Witton's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 09:53 AM UTC
João Vasco Leite
A really nice pterosaur skull, Dsungaripterus, from IVPP in China #FossilFriday #NHMdino João Vasco Leite's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 10:27 AM UTC
Dean R. Lomax
A 180 million year old marine crocodile (Steneosaurus) leg with skin(!) compared with the leg of a spectacled caiman (Caiman crocodilus). Just wow. Literally, you can even see where the scales had wrinkles and skin folds! 📸Markus Bühler https://t.co/miBhRFrxoS #FossilFriday https://t.co/9xguqKwrjv
18 Jan, 01:51 PM UTC
Jason Love
A gorgeous duckbill from @nmnh. #fossilfriday Jason Love's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 03:36 AM UTC
Science News
Modern growth clues come from an ancient child’s mouth. #FossilFriday https://t.co/82uC5MlHzB
18 Jan, 12:45 PM UTC
David Gelsthorpe
Loving our Ginkgo leaves today on #FossilFriday both Middle Jurassic brown one collected by Marie Stopes Brora Scotland, grey one collected by Williamson in Yorkshire @McrMuseum @MuseumInsight @Aristolochia @ward_esme #ginkgo #Jurassic https://t.co/eMwxdUKfHA
18 Jan, 11:47 AM UTC
Jordan Bestwick
Near perfectly preserved baby Pterodactylus from Solnhofen, Germany, in the classic "death pose" @MfNBerlin #pterosaur #Jurassic #FossilFriday Jordan Bestwick's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 10:28 AM UTC
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr. 🦖💕
#FossilFriday Juvenile Edmontosaurus @NHMLA Thomas R. Holtz, Jr. 🦖💕's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 01:34 PM UTC
Gabriel N. U.
Detail of a WIP for today’s #FossilFriday The early Thyreophoran dinosaur Scelidosaurus harrisonii from the Early Jurassic (Sinemurian) of England. The full reconstruction will be in my in-prep book “Journey To The Mesozoic vol. I” #paleoart #sciart #dinosaurs Gabriel N. U.'s photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 02:11 PM UTC
Evan Johnson-Ransom
Sir David Attenborough standing with a replica of the femur of the #titanosaur #Patagotitan. In case if you’re curious on Attenborough’s height, he’s 5’10”. #sauropods #FossilFriday Evan Johnson-Ransom's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 08:43 AM UTC
In Defense of Plants
A fossilized hornwort (Ceratophyllum sp.) ~50 million years old and on display at the @BurpeeMuseum Eocene Wyoming Green River Formation #FossilFriday In Defense of Plants's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 01:54 PM UTC
Christian Kammerer
Skull of the large stereospondyl amphibian Cyclotosaurus intermedius from the Late Triassic of Poland. #FossilFriday Christian Kammerer's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 01:54 PM UTC
Jan Freedman
The MAHUSIVE extinct turtle, Archelon, at the Yale Peabody Museum. It swam in the oceans around 80 million years ago! (Image Frederic Lucas) #FossilFriday Jan Freedman's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 02:13 PM UTC
Adiel Klompmaker
Paleodrama! Specimen of the Pliocene clam Astarte obliquata from the Netherlands escaped an almost certain death by a drilling snail 3(!) times. #FossilFriday #paleo #fossil #paleontology #snails https://t.co/q5k893Ct3Y Adiel Klompmaker's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 02:43 PM UTC
Thomas Cullen
Check out this cool crocodilian osteoderm found in a vertebrate microfossil bonebed from the Late Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation of Montana. #FossilFriday #paleontology #palaeontology Thomas Cullen's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 03:11 PM UTC
Erika Anderson
After last week’s clean up @MuseumofNature, I had to check out the #fossil gallery. The Styracosaurus is looking good! #FossilFriday #MuseumSelfie Erika Anderson's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 02:01 PM UTC
The PalAss
Are you looking for a palaeo PhD project this #FossilFriday? Check out all the ads on our website #phdchat https://t.co/P63rzm3ujy
18 Jan, 11:31 AM UTC
Henry Thomas
#FossilFriday: this really nice specimen of Spheniscus urbinai; Museo de Historia Natural, Lima Henry Thomas's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 02:48 PM UTC
Ross Barnett
#FossilFriday Here's an image of Glyptodon from Richard Owen's 1839 paper. Looks more like a xenomorph or a demogorgon to me. Ross Barnett's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 02:31 PM UTC
It's time for another #FossilFriday writing prompt! Comment here with with #palaeopoems about Sarcosuchus imperator. #poem #poetry #sciart #paleoart #paleontology #palaeontology Palaeopoems's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 01:58 PM UTC
Darin Croft
#FossilFriday Cranium and lower jaw of the early #Miocene #armadillo Stegotherium. It had only a few tiny teeth in its long, thin jaws, indicating it fed on termites and ants like the modern giant armadillo. Reconstruction from Scott 1903. #MammalDiversity @yalepeabody https://t.co/siDM1JAjp9
18 Jan, 01:53 PM UTC
Homo sapiens sylvestris
Hueso fósil de un dedo de Homo sapiens descubierto en el yacimiento Al Wusta (Arabia Saudita) y datado en 90.000 años. Está considerado uno de los restos humanos modernos más antiguos encontrados fuera de África y el Corredor Levantino. #FossilFriday Homo sapiens sylvestris's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 10:50 AM UTC
Jade Atkins
Happy #FossilFriday! This beautiful specimen is Archelon, a late Cretaceous turtle. Archelon is the largest turtle EVER!! 😱 Jade Atkins's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 02:36 PM UTC
Jurassic Foundation
Happy #FossilFriday! Today's featured @JurassicFDN-supported research peeks inside the heads of birds to understand vascularization and heat exchange. Read all about it here: https://t.co/9eeIjyQPon Jurassic Foundation's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 02:41 PM UTC
Christian A. Sidor
Here's the extra-toothy Moradisaurus grandis for #FossilFriday, a herbivorous reptile from the #Permian. I took this picture of Seb Steyer excavating a jaw in 2006, the last time we did fieldwork in northern #Niger. https://t.co/P35GZ4fMh7
18 Jan, 03:07 PM UTC
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Happy #FossilFriday! https://t.co/uvPddPtOzr
18 Jan, 02:30 PM UTC
Josh Luke Davis
This is a piece of Rhynie chert. Dating to around 400 million years old, this is a fossil of some of the earliest land plants, and is so well preserved that even the symbiotic fungi and amoeba are fossilised! Between this and seal knees, it's been a wild week. #FossilFriday Josh Luke Davis's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 02:51 PM UTC
Anthony J. Martin
For #FossilFriday, a Permian Period (~290 myo) footprint made by a large, carnivorous synapsid (pelycosaur) & preserved as a natural cast, with bonus mudcracks. Seen in Oct. 2018 in Prehistoric Tracks National Monument near Las Cruces, NM on @SVP_vertpaleo field trip. 1/2 Anthony J. Martin's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 02:08 PM UTC
RU Anth Sci
its #FossilFriday and we have early primates on our mind! Check out Darwinius masillae who loved 47 million years ago and is one of the most complete examples of our earliest ancestors. For more, check out this page from the @AMNH: https://t.co/9JicP2V5Jy RU Anth Sci's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 03:10 PM UTC
Odontocete fossil whale tooth, cf. Agorophius (Jonathan Geisler), from the Upper Oligocene age Catahoula Formation. Found by Andy Weller in Wayne County, Mississippi, and donated to @MSScienceMuseum. Illustration created by Bobby Boessenecker @CoastalPaleo. #FossilFriday MDEQ's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 03:35 PM UTC
It's exciting to have a new species here @NHM_London for #FossilFriday - a 407-million year old testate amoebae described from our Rhynie Chert collections, demonstrating the presence of phagotrophic protists in early terrestrial ecosystems - new paper: https://t.co/95BvjEcOYS https://t.co/4ojizAdIgT
18 Jan, 03:33 PM UTC
Zack Ares
@Palaeopoems To see a tooth of Sarcosuchus aligned outlines a fear of how this beast can rest in peace and never fully disappear. The family descendants bring us dread that god forsake us. For how could such a monstrous form persist from the Cretaceous? #paleopoems #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 03:24 PM UTC
Very cool - baby Triceratops discovered out in the badlands! @ianm222 If you know of any Kids who are Triceratops fans maybe we have something they would love here? https://t.co/Xervogrxra #FossilFriday #geology #tshirts https://t.co/X6uHBZAu7W
18 Jan, 02:11 PM UTC
Kieran Shepherd
Always fun showing off the Fossil Collection of the @MuseumofNature to some of the new staff from @StudentsOnIce on a #FossilFriday Bucky the giant beaver, Castoroides ohioensis, liked the company. Kieran Shepherd's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 03:34 PM UTC
David Button
Here is a fossilised skin impression, from the elbow of the British sauropod Haestasaurus. Sauropod skin remains are very rare, but specimens like this show us they were coated in a mosaic of relatively small, hexagonal scales. #NHMdino #FossilFriday David Button's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 03:19 PM UTC
Science Friday
Hey teachers! Here's a #FossilFriday activity for your students. https://t.co/ga61uNcjyd
18 Jan, 03:30 PM UTC
Mateusz Wosik
#FossilFriday While making casts of Coelophysis skulls, I stumbled on a method of making a Cookies and Cream color scheme. Go me? https://t.co/A8JHjKwJt5
18 Jan, 03:20 PM UTC
GA Southern Museum
For the first #FossilFriday of the semester we'd like to honor @GeorgiaSouthern with this beautiful eagle fossil (from the @labreatarpits)! GA Southern Museum's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 03:13 PM UTC
Gilbert Price
Awesome! Will be great to show-off some of Australia's weird critters at #2019SVP. Discussions about the fossils will be a bonus too! #FossilFriday https://t.co/qfhHoKCMXx
18 Jan, 03:46 PM UTC
Ernesto Montiel
Chlamys picoensis (Waterfall, 1929). Dump Road Cut, Santa Barbara County, California. Pliocene. #FossilFriday Ernesto Montiel's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 03:46 PM UTC
Fuzzy Chimp
#FossilFriday Fuzzy Chimp's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 03:44 PM UTC
Geoff Habiger
#FossilFriday This is my first #dinosaur book and what really fueled my love for dinosaurs and #paleontology. What was your inspiration? Geoff Habiger's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 03:31 PM UTC
Katy Smith
Woolly rhino (woolly part not shown). #FossilFriday @VMNH Katy Smith's photo on #FossilFriday
18 Jan, 03:25 PM UTC

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