Image Gallery: Fossils Reveal Rhino's Grisly Death

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Rhino Fossils

Credit: PO Antoine (ISE-M), PLoS ONE
Researchers discovered the cranium and mandible of an ancient rhino species, called Ceratotherium neumayri in Cappadocia in Central Turkey. Though the…Read More »

researchers have discovered fossils of soft-bodied organisms preserved in volcanic ash, the high temperatures near eruptions generally destroy organic matter, making this fossil extremely rare.   Less «
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