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Fossil The Key To The Past Gallery

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Choose from 25 pictures in our Fossil The Key To The Past collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Archaeopteris hibernica, fossil plant
Archaeopteris hibernica, fossil plant
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Stigmaria ficoides, fossil root
Stigmaria ficoides, fossil root
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Nilssonia kendalli, frond of a cycad
Nilssonia kendalli, frond of a cycad
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Fossilised Eocene crab
Fossilised Eocene crab
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Iridomyrmex geinitzi, ants in amber
Iridomyrmex geinitzi, ants in amber
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Lycoptera, bony fish fossil
Lycoptera, bony fish fossil
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Onychiopis mantelli, fossil fern
Onychiopis mantelli, fossil fern
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Andradite
Andradite
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Fossilised Tellinella rostralis, tellin bivalve
Fossilised Tellinella rostralis, tellin bivalve
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Symmetrocapulus, limpet
Symmetrocapulus, limpet
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Glossopteris linearis, fossil leaves
Glossopteris linearis, fossil leaves
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Swimming crab fossil
Swimming crab fossil
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Fossilised Tellinella rostralis, tellin bivalve Featured Print

Fossilised Tellinella rostralis, tellin bivalve

Fossilised specimen of a Tellin bivalve from Ecocene Belgium, 58 million years ago. Bivalves are hinged molluscs which first appeared in the Middle Cambrian some 500 million years ago, they are still common today

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

Animal, Belgium, Bivalve, Bivalve Mollusc, Bivalvia, Black Background, Cenozoic, Eocene, Fortey, Fossil, Fossil The Key To The Past, Fossilised, Hinged, Invertebrata, Invertebrate, Lamellibranch, Lamellibranchia, Marine, Mollusc, Mollusca, Mollusk, One, Palaeogene, Phanerozoic, Prehistoric, Richard, Richard Fortey, Rock, Shell, Specimen, Strata

Busycon contrarium, lightening whelk
Busycon contrarium, lightening whelk
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Lates gracilis, bony fish
Lates gracilis, bony fish
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Sigillaria laevigata, fossil lycopod bark
Sigillaria laevigata, fossil lycopod bark
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Voluta muricina, gastropod
Voluta muricina, gastropod
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Chrysopilus sp., fossil fly in amber
Chrysopilus sp., fossil fly in amber
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Architectonica sp., sundial shell
Architectonica sp., sundial shell
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Abliguritor niger, fossil spider in amber
Abliguritor niger, fossil spider in amber
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Annularia sphenophylloid, fossil horsetail
Annularia sphenophylloid, fossil horsetail
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Acer trilobatum, miocene maple seeds
Acer trilobatum, miocene maple seeds
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Scabrotrigonia thoracica, bivalve
Scabrotrigonia thoracica, bivalve
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Typhis pungens, gastropod
Typhis pungens, gastropod
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Limulus polyphemus, horseshoe crab
Limulus polyphemus, horseshoe crab
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Busycon contrarium, lightening whelk Featured Print

Busycon contrarium, lightening whelk

Fossilised specimen of the Pilocene gastropod, originating from Florida, USA, 5 million years ago. The lightening whelk has a long siphonal canal and is the only shell in the world to naturally spiral to the left

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

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Sphenopteris laurenti, fossil fern
Sphenopteris laurenti, fossil fern
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