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Marble Canyon fossil site

Credit: Robert Gaines
Cliffs in Marble Canyon, where a treasure trove of Cambrian fossils was discovered in 2012. The fossils are in the Burgess Shale, and rival the famed original…Read More »





Burgess Shale fossil site in diversity and preservation, according to the researchers who found the Marble Canyon locality. These cliffs are part of Canada's Kootenay National Park.    Less «
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