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Several clear images of different shapes on a rock that is about 1 inch in diameter. Found exploring on oustkirts of Las Vegas, NV. Are those images Amoebas? Cretaceous Period? I'm new here, so I hope I did this post correctly. Thanks for any input!
So I recently attempted to skulpt a trex skull out of clay based on a google image and I loved it. I'm now inspired to create the whole skeleton, but i don't know what would be best to use for reference. Can anyone recommend a textbook or online source? Ideally there would be images of each individual bone, and a detailed description because I do also wish to learn at the same time. Also if there are any skulpters out there, what advice can you give? What would be the best way to support it's weight? Thank you!
Hello! I put a few Mazon Creek photos up on a photo sharing site. They're free to download / use for anything. Right now, there's a fern https://pixabay.com/en/fossil-fern-rock-paleontology-2174006/ annularia https://pixabay.com/en/fossil-rock-concretion-mazon-creek-2163770/ & this one I call Mazon Creek Daydreams https://pixabay.com/en/fossils-rocks-monotonous-content-2174005/ Anyway, I figured if anyone would want pictures of fossils, they'd be on this site. Let me know what you think and if they're useful. Not sure if there's a need for p
amber-inclusions.dk posted a topic in Members WebsitesI have a large collection of inclusions in Baltic amber - the work is scientific and I will continue to university to specialize me in fossil ecosystems. My website is called, as the username; www.amber-inclusions.dk I started photographing my entire collection so there will be a complete online collection of photographs of a fossil ecosystem. So far I have had all my pictures online - but I have chosen to delete ALL images of inclusions in Baltic amber and start over again. This time will be much higher quality! Every Monday I will upload the entire week's photo work. If I can