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More concretions, enlarge and look closely.

More concretions, enlarge and look closely.

Fossil of plants from late Carboniferous era - 298 to 324 million years old. photo: Peter Cristofono.

Plant Fossil - Pennsylvania It is from the Pennsylvanian (Upper Carboniferous) period -- 286 to 325 million years old. By : Peter Cristofono

Flint handaxe containing a fossil seashell, circa 300,000 years old. The fossil is far older than the actually tool, or even the flint, for that matter. What is clear is that the toolmaker made a conscious decision to create his tool around this central ornament for whatever aesthetic or religious reasons. (Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge) Image by Irisharchaeology.ie via The Celtic  Prehistoric Museum

A Palaeolithic tool (from the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge) carefully sculpted around a seashell fossil embedded in the rock. Was the prehistoric took maker thinking about aesthetics and beauty?

Ashfall Fossil Beds of Nebraska, where hundreds of fully preserved skeletons of prehistoric animals have been found

Ashfall Fossil Beds: Fossil "Pompeii" of Prehistory. Ash from a Yellowstone hotspot eruption million years ago created these fossilized bone beds. The Ashfall Fossil Beds are especially famous for fossils of mammals from the middle Miocene geologic epoch.

How can that be unless humans and dinosaurs  coexisted together.  question everything / G.c.FIEND.

Science explanation is that these skeletons were buried and that is why they were in the same layer as dinosaurs. carbon 14 dating said that the human remains were only several thousand years old. They were buried 58 feet deep.

The bones and fossilized heart of a 66-million-year-old dinosaur skeleton is shown, Thursday, April 20, 2000, at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh, N.C. The fossilized heart _ with two ventricles and a single aortic stem, shown in the lower- center of the photo, between an apex of shoulder bones, is the first one ever found in a dinosaur.

Image Gallery: Dinosaur Fossils

The bones fossilized heart of a dinosaur skeleton is shown, at the N. Carolina Mus of Nat. Sciences in Raleigh, NC. The fossilized heart - w/two ventricles a single aortic stem, between an apex of shoulder bones, is the first one ever found in a dinosaur

When we were kids didn't they only tell us about <10 dinosaurs?  Open the source page or save to read better.

"Diversity among species" Dinosaurs!pretty much all the dinosaurs ever discovered.give or take a couple of bones.

Largest Turtle Shell ever found

Fossil of the largest freshwater prehistoric turtle, Carbonemys cofrinii, a 60 billion year old, South American side-necked turtle.

Fossil Ammorites in Himalayas, Fossil ammonites (coiled marine cephalopods) like this one are found in limestone beds high in the Himalayas of Nepal. How did marine fossils get thousands of feet above sea level?

Fossil ammonites (coiled marine cephalopods) like this one are found in limestone beds high in the Himalayas of Nepal. How did marine fossils get thousands of feet above sea level? They got there during the Great Flood.

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