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Cambrian Coast Express
Cambrian Coast Express
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Cambrian Colliery, Clydach Vale, Glamorgan
Cambrian Colliery, Clydach Vale, Glamorgan
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1846 Victorian Trilobite Paradoxides
1846 Victorian Trilobite Paradoxides
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Ogygiopsis klotzi, fossil, trilobite 50mm long with small fault through it
Ogygiopsis klotzi, fossil, trilobite 50mm long with small fault through it
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Cambrian animals, artwork
Cambrian animals, artwork
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Cambrian invertebrate, artwork
Cambrian invertebrate, artwork
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Reconstruction of the rich marine life of the Cambrian era
Reconstruction of the rich marine life of the Cambrian era
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Reconstruction of extinct synapsid dinosaur Dimetrodon
Reconstruction of extinct synapsid dinosaur Dimetrodon
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Tamworth B77 2 Map
Tamworth B77 2 Map
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Douglas DC-3 G-AGHM Cambrian Le Bourget 1963
Douglas DC-3 G-AGHM Cambrian Le Bourget 1963
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Trilobites, fossil group of extinct marine
Trilobites, fossil group of extinct marine
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HMS Cambrian and USAT Logan, Honolulu, Hawaii
HMS Cambrian and USAT Logan, Honolulu, Hawaii
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1846 Victorian Trilobite Paradoxides Featured Image

1846 Victorian Trilobite Paradoxides

Paradoxides bohemicus. Plate 1. From "Organization of the Trilobites" by Hermann Burmeister, appearing in the Ray Society translation of his work published in 1846. The Illustrations and engravings by A. Andorff of Berlin were the finest and most accurate fossil representations of invertebrates up to that time. The work marked a more rigorous approach to the morphology of these groups and a move away from a purely stratiographical approach. The fine lithographic quality of the print owed much to the use of fine Solnhofen limestones that themselves preserved many fine fossils. Fossils such as Archaeopteryx were revealed during quarry work for the raw printing material

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Anomalocaris from the Cambrian period of the Paleozoic Era
Anomalocaris from the Cambrian period of the Paleozoic Era
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An Anomalocaris explores a Middle Cambrian age ocean floor
An Anomalocaris explores a Middle Cambrian age ocean floor
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A chart of strata, layers of sedimentary rock or soil. From The World's Foundations or Geology for Beginners
A chart of strata, layers of sedimentary rock or soil. From The World's Foundations or Geology for Beginners
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Cambria's Coast, 1889 (oil on canvas)
Cambria's Coast, 1889 (oil on canvas)
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Trilobite (Asaphus caudatus)
Trilobite (Asaphus caudatus)
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Illustration of geological periods, from Cambrian period to Quaternary period
Illustration of geological periods, from Cambrian period to Quaternary period
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Illustration of a Graptolite colony, Cambrian-Carboniferous period
Illustration of a Graptolite colony, Cambrian-Carboniferous period
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A pod of iridescent red and blue jellyfish
A pod of iridescent red and blue jellyfish
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Illustration of a Pikaia
Illustration of a Pikaia
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A species of Pirania, a primitive sponge that populated the ocean floors 505 million
A species of Pirania, a primitive sponge that populated the ocean floors 505 million
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Opabinia regalis from the Middle Cambrian seas
Opabinia regalis from the Middle Cambrian seas
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Group of Portuguese Man O War
Group of Portuguese Man O War
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An Anomalocaris explores a Middle Cambrian age ocean floor Featured Image

An Anomalocaris explores a Middle Cambrian age ocean floor

An Anomalocaris explores a Middle Cambrian ocean floor about 500 million years ago. Growing to over three feet long, Anomalocaris is believed to have been a predator whose diet included trilobites. Anomalocaris may have also been one of the earliest arthropods.
This image includes an Olenoides serratus trilobite and sponges genus Vauxia and Wapkia. The small, flower-like animals (yes, like the sponges they are rooted animals) are from the genus Dinomischus. Above and behind the Anomalocaris is an ancient jellyfish

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Species of the genus Dinomischus populate the ocean floor 505 million years ago
Species of the genus Dinomischus populate the ocean floor 505 million years ago
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Animals and floral life from the Burgess Shale formation of the Cambrian period
Animals and floral life from the Burgess Shale formation of the Cambrian period
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Waptia is an extinct arthropod from the Cambrian of Canada
Waptia is an extinct arthropod from the Cambrian of Canada
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Anomalocaris sneaks up on a Trilobite in Cambrian seas
Anomalocaris sneaks up on a Trilobite in Cambrian seas
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Portuguese Man o War swarm over the surface of a Cambrian ocean
Portuguese Man o War swarm over the surface of a Cambrian ocean
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Anomalocaris is an arthropod from the Cambrian of Canada
Anomalocaris is an arthropod from the Cambrian of Canada
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An Olenoides trilobite scurries across a Middle Cambrian ocean floor
An Olenoides trilobite scurries across a Middle Cambrian ocean floor
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The predator Opabinia uses its proboscis to eat a trilobite
The predator Opabinia uses its proboscis to eat a trilobite
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Olenellus is an extinct trilobite from the Cambrian stage
Olenellus is an extinct trilobite from the Cambrian stage
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Nectocaris is an extinct animal from the Cambrian of Canada
Nectocaris is an extinct animal from the Cambrian of Canada
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Trilobites try to hide from predator Opabinia
Trilobites try to hide from predator Opabinia
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Squid-like Orthoceratites attempt to make meals of trilobites
Squid-like Orthoceratites attempt to make meals of trilobites
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Portuguese Man o War swarm over the surface of a Cambrian ocean Featured Image

Portuguese Man o War swarm over the surface of a Cambrian ocean

Portuguese Man o War swarm over the surface of a Cambrian ocean 500 million years ago.
During the Cambrian period the Earth's oceans were teaming with life, however with the exception of some microbes, there weren't likely many life forms making an appearance above water. One of the first macro organisms to consistently expose at least part of itself to the world above was the Portuguese Man o War. Resembling a jellyfish, the Portuguese Man O War is a siphonophore: a
colony of four kinds of specialized polyps and medusoids functioning together to ensure their mutual survival. The approximately 12 inch long air-filled bladder floating above water buoys an array of stinging tentacles that can descend to over 100 feet

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A swarm of jellyfish swim the Panthalassic Ocean
A swarm of jellyfish swim the Panthalassic Ocean
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Pikaia fish swim along with trilobite invetebrates during the Cambrian Period
Pikaia fish swim along with trilobite invetebrates during the Cambrian Period
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Opabinia regalis, Cambrian of Canada
Opabinia regalis, Cambrian of Canada
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Castericystis vali, a fossil Carpoid
Castericystis vali, a fossil Carpoid
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Liverpool players & directors board plan at Speke Airport London
Liverpool players & directors board plan at Speke Airport London
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Liverpool team depart from Speke Airport for Bilbao. 17th September 1968
Liverpool team depart from Speke Airport for Bilbao. 17th September 1968
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Cambrian trilobites from the Falkland Islands
Cambrian trilobites from the Falkland Islands
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Hallucigenia sparsa, velvet worm
Hallucigenia sparsa, velvet worm
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Anomalocaris model
Anomalocaris model
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Burgessia bella, fossil arthropod
Burgessia bella, fossil arthropod
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Hurdia victoria, ancient fossil
Hurdia victoria, ancient fossil
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Agnostid trilobite
Agnostid trilobite
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