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In Photos: Bones Reveal Ancient Sea Turtle

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Fitting two halves

Credit: New Jersey State Museum
What at first appeared to be an oddly placed stone, found in 2012 by amateur fossil hunter Gregory Harpel, turned out to be half of a fossilized sea turtle…Read More »





bone. The most amazing part: The other half was found more than 160 years ago. Here, David Parris (shown here), curator of natural history at the New Jersey State Museum, examines the two casts of fossils that came from the same ancient turtle bone. [Read full story]   Less «
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