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Fish Fossil Artifact at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Fish Fossil Artifact at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Xiphanctinus (Portheus) Molossus, once swam in the sea that covered much of present-day Kansas.

Sunday Snapshot: Fossils at the KU Natural History Museum

This cranky fish, Xiphanctinus (Portheus) Molossus, once swam in the sea that covered much of present-day Kansas. From Sunday Snapshot: Fossils at the KU Natural History Museum by Diana Staresinic-Deane

Wall "mural" of real Knightia and Diplomystus fossilized fish. On auction in Bonham's "Distinguished Fossils" sale.

Wall “mural” of real Knightia and Diplomystus fossilized fish. On auction in Bonham’s “Distinguished Fossils” sale.

Reposting @cloudguide: Qujing is one of a kind. Two impossible miracles co-exist in city of Qujing: the Longyan Tablet and a fish fossil of 4,000-billion-year-old. While Longyan Tablet marks the invention of a prominent calligraphic style, the fish fossil rewrites geology in human history. Have you been there?

Reposting @cloudguide: Qujing is one of a kind. Two impossible miracles co-exist in city of Qujing: the Longyan Tablet and a fish fossil of 4,000-billion-year-old. While Longyan Tablet marks the invention of a prominent calligraphic style, the fish fossil rewrites geology in human history. Have you been there?

Previous pinner: Had this print of very famous fossil framed-Went to this museum as a kid

Previous pinner: Had this print of very famous fossil framed-Went to this museum as a kid

"Mandalay" by Felix C. Gotto / 1935 furnishing fabric for Old Bleach Linen. Reversible linen. Ireland

"Mandalay" by Felix C. Gotto / 1935 furnishing fabric for Old Bleach Linen. Ireland Inspiration for Sketch a day 11 Topic : Fish

Museum Quality Armoured Fish Fossil - Scotland For Sale (#5968) - FossilEra.com

Museum Quality Armored Fish Fossil - Scotland

Museum Quality Armored Fish Fossil - Scotland (Item Other Fossil Fish for sale. FossilEra your source to quality fossil specimens.

One of the scariest creatures ever to live in the ocean, this Devonian fish could grow up to 33 feet long, had an armored face, and likely had one of the strongest bites in history! It used a beak-like mouth instead of teeth to devourer its prey. It was one of the largest of the Placoderms, a group of armored fish that are now extinct.

One of the scariest creatures ever to live in the ocean, this Devonian fish could grow up to 33 feet long, had an armored face, and likely had one of the strongest bites in history!

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