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Winner Of The March 2014 Vertebrate Find Of The Month!


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The Winner of the March 2014 Vertebrate Find Of The Month is the Palaeotherium magnum mandible from the Eocene of France! By the margin of one vote to break four ties on the final day, this amazing find edged out a special Petalodus sp. tooth! Congratulations to caterpillar on his rare find and excellent preparation! :fistbump:

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Thank you to all the other members that participated and voted. :)

The human mind has the ability to believe anything is true.  -  JJ

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Beautiful find, mate.

"Faith is to believe what you do not see; the reward of this faith is to see what you believe" - Saint Augustine

"Those who can not see past their own nose deserve our pity more than anything else."

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'Chapeau bas!' to caterpillar. I thought I might finally have a VFOTM, but caterpillar edged me out with his mandible and an excellent job of preparation. :thumbsu: Thanks to everyone that voted.

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Congrats Cater ! Nice jaw !

Coco

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Un Greg...

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Well done! Spendid find! Congrats!

Process of identification "mistakes create wisdom".

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Congratulations!

Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.
-Albert Einstein

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What an excellent find, Congrats! :)

Every once in a great while it's not just a big rock down there!

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