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Back to recreation. This one doesn´t fit any of my other threads, so here I go. As I recognised that I already built or modified models of many of the existing orders of mammals I started to look which ones where still missing. I got: Metatheria: Thylacoleo Xenarthra: Thalassocnus, Tamandua, Glyptodon Afrotheria: Hydrodamalis, but no Proboscidean yet. Laurasiatheria: (Cet-)Artiodactylia: Syndioceras and loads of whales Carnivora: Odobenus Perissodactylia, Chiroptera and insectvora are still missing,as are some others. rodents: Ceratogaulus
From the album: TEETH & JAWS"Phosphorite" is a phosphate mineral which is found as microcrystalline concretions of continental (non-marine) origin. Quercy is the name of a 18th century province in the southwest of France. The region of Quercy is notable for its limestone plateau and valleys -- a karstic geology. Phosphorite was mined for fertilizer in Quercy from filled karst cavities -- sinkholes and solution channels -- within a hard, Jurassic limestone. These pockets of phosphate were mined between 1870 and 1890 and then abandoned. Some early reports were done on the fossils from these phospha
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