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Tom Raven
@travenn
This #FossilFriday is the 141st birthday of Dorothea Bate, one of the first female scientists @NHM_London and an expert in fossil mammals, so here is a lower jaw of a dwarf hippo (right), collected by her in the Mediterranean, next to the upper jaw of a modern hippo https://t.co/psQS2JlbFa
08 Nov, 08:04 AM UTC
Aline Ghilardi
@alinemghilardi
Na #fossilfriday de hoje, meu desafio para o @ObsNaturalistas é esse bicho aqui 😱. Outro artrópode do Cretáceo (aprox. 110 milhões de anos) da região do Araripe, NE do Brasil. E aí que tipo de monstrinho é esse??? 🦋🐛🐜🐝🐞🦗🕷🦂🦟 https://t.co/L9GUepnfUV
08 Nov, 12:40 PM UTC
Chris Stringer
@ChrisStringer65
#FossilFriday ⁦⁦@NHM_Anthro⁩ Skeletons of chimpanzee (L), Australopithecus sediba (replica reconstruction), and recent human in our Human Evolution exhibition ⁦@NHM_Londonhttps://t.co/A7BVpoT7SY
08 Nov, 10:16 AM UTC
American Museum of Natural History
 @AMNH
Happy #FossilFriday! Meet Tamandua tetradactyla, an animal still alive today; the specimen pictured was found in Brazil in 1885. Very few fossils of anteaters have been found. Some anteaters can eat as many as 30,000 ants a day! See it in the Museum's Hall of Primitive Mammals!🐜 @AMNH's photo on #FossilFriday
08 Nov, 02:17 PM UTC
Natural History Museum
 @NHM_London
This tooth and jawbone discovered by Dorothea Bate (born #OTD in 1878) was some of the first evidence that mini elephants once lived on Cyprus. It's between 10,000 and 800,000 years old. 🐘 #FOssilFriday Find out more about Dorothea and her discoveries: https://t.co/AsjUCnPWFi @NHM_London's photo on #FossilFriday
08 Nov, 10:00 AM UTC
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr. 🦖💕
@TomHoltzPaleo
#FossilFriday Majungasaurus https://t.co/wUdKMe8GA2
08 Nov, 12:55 PM UTC
NHM Fossil Mammals
@NHMFossilMammal
Have you ever wanted to compare giant ground sloths with modern sloths? Head over to the Images of Nature Gallery to see a Megatherium tooth alongside a modern sloth mandible #FossilFriday https://t.co/qgT4UONem5
08 Nov, 09:53 AM UTC
Riley but spooky 🦇
 @Laelaps
Camptosaurus is sometimes described as “Stegosaurus without the plates,” which just makes me feel a little sorry for this Jurassic herbivore. You were more than just Allosaurus food, friend. #FossilFriday @Laelaps's photo on #FossilFriday
08 Nov, 01:43 PM UTC
Jurassic Coast Guide
@jurassicguides
This is a 'Echinocorys' Echinoid. (fossilised sea urchin to you and me) The detail on this is stunning and it's the best one in my collection. They really are beautiful fossils. It's approximately 100 million years old. #FossilFriday #fossilwalks #charmouth https://t.co/96hMVXz7nh
08 Nov, 01:43 PM UTC
Bastien Mennecart
@mennecart_b
For #FossilFriday a fossil found where I was studying during secondary school! This fossil is the first #French skull of the #ruminant family Tragulidae (as the living one I have as profile picture). https://t.co/BpO2A2OWZA #weloveruminants #fossils #mammals #paleontology https://t.co/cMS17ylL7g
08 Nov, 08:14 AM UTC
NHM Library&Archives
@NHM_Library
Planning and installing Scharf’s #Megatherium our largest painting for the new Images of Nature gallery exhibition @NHM_London took a big team effort - conservators, librarians, exhibition designers, interpretation, gallery technicians. Thank you! #PalaeoArt #SciArt #FossilFriday https://t.co/muCWYPKHU7
08 Nov, 01:31 PM UTC
Dr. Rod Taylor
@FossilRod
I'll never get tired of sharing Haootia quadrofirmis, the earliest known organism with muscle tissue (a cnidarian?) in the fossil record - found here in Newfoundland. The name 'Haootia' is derived from the indigenous Beothuk word for demon! #fossilfriday @CoakerFoundn @NLtweets https://t.co/Tg4PaR7pGY
08 Nov, 12:45 PM UTC
H0rihit0.S
@CP_Clown
#金曜日だから化石貼る #FossilFriday #いい歯の日 ということで、去年福井県立恐竜博物館の「獣脚類展」にいたチレサウルス。 肉食ばかりの獣脚類にあって、草食シフトしていた歯が特徴 …なのですが、それを分かりやすくするためか、特別点のレプリカは歯に色塗ってあってめっちゃいい歯でした https://t.co/G9JS1RnpN3
08 Nov, 06:34 AM UTC
Christian Kammerer
@Synapsida
Gnathovorax cabreirai, a new herrerasaurid known from excellent material from the late Triassic of Brazil, described today by Pacheco et al.: https://t.co/NWYPNtUuH5 #FossilFriday https://t.co/OSqPNQm8Yp
08 Nov, 02:35 PM UTC
David Evans
@DavidEvans_ROM
It’s #FossilFriday! Exciting to see my research group featured in the new doc series #DinoTrails Season 2. Explore Southern #Alberta w me, meet #DinoZuul w @VictoriaArbour & search for ice age mammals w @ashinonyx. Watch it on Amazon Prime & here: https://t.co/wf3M5QcE2y https://t.co/L4VTXTIT9r
08 Nov, 01:31 PM UTC
Paige Madison
@FossilHistory
#FossilFriday could use some epic brow ridges this week, don't you think? Here's the Daka skull, discovered in the Middle Awash region of Ethiopia in 1997. Classified as Homo erectus by the discoverers. 📸 Commie cretan/Wikicommons https://t.co/Btvxvc5N6x
08 Nov, 12:58 PM UTC
TwilightBeasts
@TwilightBeasts
The enormous foot of the giant armadillo! (Photo @renarducci) #FossilFriday https://t.co/qcdQq1YbEg https://t.co/HWo8s7opCT
08 Nov, 12:26 PM UTC
Antonio Rodríguez-Hidalgo
@WhiteRabbit36
@emulenews @cienciabrujula @MasDeUno @LaCultureta @carlos__alsina @sergiodelmolino @galtares @rosabelmonte @Ruben_Amon @j_f_leon Gracias, Alberto @cienciabrujula y @MasDeUno por haceros eco de nuestra "pequeña gran contribución" al debate sobre el comportamiento neandertal. Os merecéis un #FollowFriday en este #FossilFriday https://t.co/zlMpURwlg9
08 Nov, 11:25 AM UTC
John Meszaros
@johnjmeszaros
For #FossilFriday here are a couple of very well-preserved Pleurocystites, an unusual extinct group of echinoderms. @echinoblog I think you could appreciate these most of all. https://t.co/z5lQWUBDHG
08 Nov, 11:03 AM UTC
🅰ntiquity
@AntiquityJ
People living in Bois Laiterie Cave (🇫🇷) around 13,000 years ago turned fossils into jewellery, threading these Eocene shells onto string to make beads. The fossils were imported from at least 150 km away #FossilFriday 🐌 From the 1998 🅰 ➡ (£) https://t.co/nOVbLsCjqg https://t.co/AsIpbR2THZ
08 Nov, 11:24 AM UTC
Riley but spooky 🦇
 @Laelaps
“Smile, and the world smiles with you.” “Ok, I’ll bite,” says Archaeotherium. #FossilFriday @Laelaps's photo on #FossilFriday
08 Nov, 02:09 PM UTC
Erika Anderson
@andersonmineral
This is what lurks in the #shadows in the @MuseumofNature collections: a massive T. rex skull with very large teeth. #museum30 #FossilFriday https://t.co/TdFCfB8A5l
08 Nov, 02:04 PM UTC
Andres Elgorriaga
@aelgorriaga1
Un lindo fósil de Nothorhacopteris, una pteridosperma del Permico de Chubut, unos 290 millones de años. A really nice specimen of a Permian pteridosperm from Chubut, Patagonia, approximately 290 million years old #FossilFriday #gymnosperm https://t.co/oTg3JOVEDO
08 Nov, 02:46 PM UTC
Riley but spooky 🦇
 @Laelaps
Suchomimus means “crocodile mimic” after the shape of its snout, but I like to think the dinosaur went around repeating crocodile noises until they bellowed “Stop copying me!” #FossilFriday @Laelaps's photo on #FossilFriday
08 Nov, 02:04 PM UTC
Danny Barta
@danny_oolithus
As tomorrow marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall (and the fifth anniversary of my trip to the Berlin SVP meeting), here’s a #FossilFriday picture of me with the iconic Berlin specimen of Archaeopteryx! https://t.co/25JkSBuhhH
08 Nov, 02:22 PM UTC
Progressive Palaeontology 2020
@ProgPal2020
This #FossilFriday we're launching the social media accounts for #ProgPal20! Give us a follow for updates on Progressive Palaeontology 2020, taking place 11th - 13th June 2020 at @YorkshireMuseum.
08 Nov, 09:47 AM UTC
BioluminescentBob
@TheBioBob
Just finished my reconstruction of the Kem Kem Beds. I wanted to depict the environment with it's variety of life this time, not just a Spinosaurus. #KemKemBeds #Spinosaurus #Elosuchus #paleoart #FossilFriday #sciart https://t.co/w1YUSEkc0T
08 Nov, 03:03 PM UTC
DigAtlasAncientLife
@PaleoDigAtlas
Check out what this #fossil #coral could have looked like when alive! Learn all about corals with our brand new chapter on the Digital Atlas of Ancient Life! #FossilFriday https://t.co/4F1Ujs4Jkw https://t.co/z2iG3K4Eml https://t.co/pDN1pYLkYb
08 Nov, 02:01 PM UTC
Natalia Jagielska
@WryCritic
Didn't spot this one on my first visit - the widely recognised Early Jurassic English Pterosaur - Dimorphodon. #FossilFriday From National Museum of Scotland https://t.co/uLlNkel2iC
08 Nov, 10:16 AM UTC
Brigid Christison 🐾 on the road
@Brigidomorpha
I got to see this absolutely beautiful specimen of Icaronycteris index, an Eocene bat, at the @yalepeabody! It's so delicately preserved and prepped, so gorgeous!! #FossilFriday #WickedFossilMammals #Bat https://t.co/m5weYt6sD8
08 Nov, 02:18 PM UTC

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