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Short article on Victoria's dinosaurs that dealt with prolonged periods of darkness and below freezing temperatures. Analysis was based on looking at bone microstructures. https://phys.org/news/2018-01-australia-polar-dinosaurs.html Paper https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-19362-6
Hi all, I found this partial scallop yesterday. I found it on the Acrocorinth, in Corinth (Greece). I'm not really looking after the species, even though obviously if someone can tell it it would be great. I'm more looking to see whether it is fossil or not. Here are my pro/con arguments: Pro: • thick and heavy • found at about 400m altitude • I had to dig it out of the dirt Con: • very colorful • shiny • no references of fossils being found here Anyone know if it is fossil or not? Thanks, Max Here are some more pics of it, when wet: And I also found this nearby. Looks like coral/bryozoan or something like that (I'm really not sure: this could easily be a concretion):