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Entombing poses

Credit: Baoyu Jiang
Photos show the typical entombing poses of the Jehol terrestrial vertebrate fossils (a, Psittacosaurus; b-c, Confuciusornis). This boxer-like pose is typical…Read More »





of victims of pyroclastic density currents, resulting from postmortem tendons and muscles shortening.   Less «
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