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I have a serious question. As.I was taking pictures of a few of my fossils, I decided to zoom in on my rock. I became so intrigued By what I was I continues zooming in on alot of my small fossils. Does anyone else being their zoom to a max and just inspect a rock? It looked like little dinosaurs everywhere. My questions are does anyone else do this? And also what are these things that look like little dinosaurs when I zoom? It's like I can see how many crazy things. Any answers or suggestions would be great. I'll take the negative and positive. Should I stay away from zooming in or what?
Throwing Shade When you look at beautiful fossil leaves, have you ever wondered what the forest was like? Was the leaf from a tall tree, hogging the sun at the top of the forest? Or did it grow in the understory, in the shadows of big trees above? Perhaps we can figure that out. Please join our next online meeting of the DPS at 7pm on Wednesday, October 14th, when we will hear how to “see the forest from the leaves”. Joe Milligan, PhD candidate at Baylor University, will speak on "Sycamores shine a light on ancient canopy structure”. Joe has a BS in Environmental S