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Trunk of tree horsetail (Calamites) fossilised in Carboniferous sandstone, planted with maritime pine. Diameter 30 cm - length 3 metres - Calamites is a genus of fossil plants of the Sphenophyta group, close to horsetails. Like horsetails, Calamites has articulated stems and sometimes reduced, whorled leaves. The genus lived in the Carboniferous period between 360 and 300 Ma (millions of years ago), Grand Combe, Gard, FranceTrunk of tree horsetail (Calamites) fossilised in Carboniferous sandstone, planted with maritime pine. Diameter 30 cm - length 3 metres - Calamites is a genus of fossil plants of the Sphenophyta group, close to horsetails. Like horsetails, Calamites has articulated stems and sometimes reduced, whorled leaves. The genus lived in the Carboniferous period between 360 and 300 Ma (millions of years ago), Grand Combe, Gard, FranceTrunk of tree horsetail (Calamites) fossilised in Carboniferous sandstone, planted with maritime pine. Diameter 30 cm - length 3 metres - Calamites is a genus of fossil plants of the Sphenophyta group, close to horsetails. Like horsetails, Calamites has articulated stems and sometimes reduced, whorled leaves. The genus lived in the Carboniferous period between 360 and 300 Ma (millions of years ago), Grand Combe, Gard, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Trunk of tree horsetail (Calamites) fossilised in Carboniferous

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Fossil footprint slab of Viens, Luberon Regional Nature Park, National Geological Reserve, Vaucluse, FranceFossil footprint slab of Viens, Luberon Regional Nature Park, National Geological Reserve, Vaucluse, FranceFossil footprint slab of Viens, Luberon Regional Nature Park, National Geological Reserve, Vaucluse, France© David Tatin / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Fossil footprint slab of Viens, Luberon Regional Nature Park,

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Fossil prints on the Saignon slab, Luberon, Vaucluse, FranceFossil prints on the Saignon slab, Luberon, Vaucluse, FranceFossil prints on the Saignon slab, Luberon, Vaucluse, France© David Tatin / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Fossil prints on the Saignon slab, Luberon, Vaucluse, France

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Fossil prints and cleaning tools of geologists on the Saignon slab, Luberon, Vaucluse.Fossil prints and cleaning tools of geologists on the Saignon slab, Luberon, Vaucluse.Fossil prints and cleaning tools of geologists on the Saignon slab, Luberon, Vaucluse.© David Tatin / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Fossil prints and cleaning tools of geologists on the Saignon

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Footprints consisting of three fan-shaped fingers, on average 15 cm long. They were left by bipedal dinosaurs (Grallator minusculus), in the Jurassic period, in the background the Causse Mejean and the Tarnon valley, Cevennes, FranceFootprints consisting of three fan-shaped fingers, on average 15 cm long. They were left by bipedal dinosaurs (Grallator minusculus), in the Jurassic period, in the background the Causse Mejean and the Tarnon valley, Cevennes, FranceFootprints consisting of three fan-shaped fingers, on average 15 cm long. They were left by bipedal dinosaurs (Grallator minusculus), in the Jurassic period, in the background the Causse Mejean and the Tarnon valley, Cevennes, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Footprints consisting of three fan-shaped fingers, on average 15

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Ichnofossils in the Annot sandstone, Alpes de Haute Provence, France. Traces of biological fossil activity in the Annot sandstone (-34 to -30 Ma) which originated from massive arrivals of sands at the bottom of a sea by a process of submarine avalanches.Ichnofossils in the Annot sandstone, Alpes de Haute Provence, France. Traces of biological fossil activity in the Annot sandstone (-34 to -30 Ma) which originated from massive arrivals of sands at the bottom of a sea by a process of submarine avalanches.Ichnofossils in the Annot sandstone, Alpes de Haute Provence, France. Traces of biological fossil activity in the Annot sandstone (-34 to -30 Ma) which originated from massive arrivals of sands at the bottom of a sea by a process of submarine avalanches.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Ichnofossils in the Annot sandstone, Alpes de Haute Provence,

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Walk in the sandstones of Annot, Alpes de Haute Provence, France. The Annot sandstones (-34 to -30 Ma) originate from massive arrivals of sands at the bottom of a sea by a process of submarine avalanches.Walk in the sandstones of Annot, Alpes de Haute Provence, France. The Annot sandstones (-34 to -30 Ma) originate from massive arrivals of sands at the bottom of a sea by a process of submarine avalanches.Walk in the sandstones of Annot, Alpes de Haute Provence, France. The Annot sandstones (-34 to -30 Ma) originate from massive arrivals of sands at the bottom of a sea by a process of submarine avalanches.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Walk in the sandstones of Annot, Alpes de Haute Provence, France.

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Helminthoid flysch cliff in Haute Ubaye. Helminthoid flysch is a turbidity that dates from the Upper Cretaceous, and shows sinuous traces associated with the movements of gastropods, which grazed the mud of the sea floor creating sinuous grooves. Haute Ubaye, Alpes de Haute-Provence, FranceHelminthoid flysch cliff in Haute Ubaye. Helminthoid flysch is a turbidity that dates from the Upper Cretaceous, and shows sinuous traces associated with the movements of gastropods, which grazed the mud of the sea floor creating sinuous grooves. Haute Ubaye, Alpes de Haute-Provence, FranceHelminthoid flysch cliff in Haute Ubaye. Helminthoid flysch is a turbidity that dates from the Upper Cretaceous, and shows sinuous traces associated with the movements of gastropods, which grazed the mud of the sea floor creating sinuous grooves. Haute Ubaye, Alpes de Haute-Provence, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Helminthoid flysch cliff in Haute Ubaye. Helminthoid flysch is a

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Helminthoid flysch in Haute Ubaye. Helminthoid flysch is a turbidity that dates from the Upper Cretaceous, and shows sinuous traces associated with the movements of gastropods, which grazed the mud of the sea floor creating sinuous grooves. Haute Ubaye, Alpes de Haute-Provence, FranceHelminthoid flysch in Haute Ubaye. Helminthoid flysch is a turbidity that dates from the Upper Cretaceous, and shows sinuous traces associated with the movements of gastropods, which grazed the mud of the sea floor creating sinuous grooves. Haute Ubaye, Alpes de Haute-Provence, FranceHelminthoid flysch in Haute Ubaye. Helminthoid flysch is a turbidity that dates from the Upper Cretaceous, and shows sinuous traces associated with the movements of gastropods, which grazed the mud of the sea floor creating sinuous grooves. Haute Ubaye, Alpes de Haute-Provence, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Helminthoid flysch in Haute Ubaye. Helminthoid flysch is a

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Trilobite fossil in Brittany. Anse de Verac'h and Tas de Pois, Presqu'ile de Crozon, Finistère, Brittany, FranceTrilobite fossil in Brittany. Anse de Verac'h and Tas de Pois, Presqu'ile de Crozon, Finistère, Brittany, FranceTrilobite fossil in Brittany. Anse de Verac'h and Tas de Pois, Presqu'ile de Crozon, Finistère, Brittany, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Trilobite fossil in Brittany. Anse de Verac'h and Tas de Pois,

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Trilobite fossil in Brittany. Anse de Verac'h and Tas de Pois, Presqu'ile de Crozon, Finistère, Brittany, FranceTrilobite fossil in Brittany. Anse de Verac'h and Tas de Pois, Presqu'ile de Crozon, Finistère, Brittany, FranceTrilobite fossil in Brittany. Anse de Verac'h and Tas de Pois, Presqu'ile de Crozon, Finistère, Brittany, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Trilobite fossil in Brittany. Anse de Verac'h and Tas de Pois,

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Dead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei salt flats, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, NamibiaDead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei salt flats, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, NamibiaDead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei salt flats, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, Namibia© Sylvain Cordier / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Dead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei

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Dead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei salt flats, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, NamibiaDead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei salt flats, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, NamibiaDead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei salt flats, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, Namibia© Sylvain Cordier / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Dead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei

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Sossusvlei dunes, Information panel before arrival in Dead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous salar of Sossusvlei, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, NamibiaSossusvlei dunes, Information panel before arrival in Dead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous salar of Sossusvlei, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, NamibiaSossusvlei dunes, Information panel before arrival in Dead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous salar of Sossusvlei, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, Namibia© Sylvain Cordier / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Sossusvlei dunes, Information panel before arrival in Dead Vlei,

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Dead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei salt flats, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, NamibiaDead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei salt flats, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, NamibiaDead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei salt flats, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, Namibia© Sylvain Cordier / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Dead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei

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Dead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei salt flats, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, NamibiaDead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei salt flats, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, NamibiaDead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei salt flats, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, Namibia© Sylvain Cordier / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Dead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei

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Dead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei salt flats, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, NamibiaDead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei salt flats, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, NamibiaDead Vlei, white clay basin located near the famous Sossusvlei salt flats, with dead trees of Camelthorn Acacia (Acacia erioloba (Vachellia erioloba) estimated to be around nine hundred years old, Sossusvlei dunes, Namib Erg listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Hardap region, Namibia© Sylvain Cordier / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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The Ammonite Slab in the rising sun in the rain. Over 320 square meters, there are more than 1550 ammonites of all sizes, the largest of which have a diameter of 70 cm! Main species: Coroniceras multicostatum (200 Ma), Digne Geological Reserve, Alpes de Haute Provence, FranceThe Ammonite Slab in the rising sun in the rain. Over 320 square meters, there are more than 1550 ammonites of all sizes, the largest of which have a diameter of 70 cm! Main species: Coroniceras multicostatum (200 Ma), Digne Geological Reserve, Alpes de Haute Provence, FranceThe Ammonite Slab in the rising sun in the rain. Over 320 square meters, there are more than 1550 ammonites of all sizes, the largest of which have a diameter of 70 cm! Main species: Coroniceras multicostatum (200 Ma), Digne Geological Reserve, Alpes de Haute Provence, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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The Ammonite Slab in the rising sun in the rain. Over 320 square

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The Ammonite Slab in the rising sun in the rain. Over 320 square meters, there are more than 1550 ammonites of all sizes, the largest of which have a diameter of 70 cm! Main species: Coroniceras multicostatum (200 Ma), Digne Geological Reserve, Alpes de Haute Provence, FranceThe Ammonite Slab in the rising sun in the rain. Over 320 square meters, there are more than 1550 ammonites of all sizes, the largest of which have a diameter of 70 cm! Main species: Coroniceras multicostatum (200 Ma), Digne Geological Reserve, Alpes de Haute Provence, FranceThe Ammonite Slab in the rising sun in the rain. Over 320 square meters, there are more than 1550 ammonites of all sizes, the largest of which have a diameter of 70 cm! Main species: Coroniceras multicostatum (200 Ma), Digne Geological Reserve, Alpes de Haute Provence, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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La Dalle aux Ammonites near Digne - Geological Reserve of. Over 320 square meters, there are more than 1550 ammonites of all sizes, the largest of which have a diameter of 70 cm! Main species: Coroniceras multicostatum (200 Ma), Digne Geological Reserve, Alpes de Haute Provence, FranceLa Dalle aux Ammonites near Digne - Geological Reserve of. Over 320 square meters, there are more than 1550 ammonites of all sizes, the largest of which have a diameter of 70 cm! Main species: Coroniceras multicostatum (200 Ma), Digne Geological Reserve, Alpes de Haute Provence, FranceLa Dalle aux Ammonites near Digne - Geological Reserve of. Over 320 square meters, there are more than 1550 ammonites of all sizes, the largest of which have a diameter of 70 cm! Main species: Coroniceras multicostatum (200 Ma), Digne Geological Reserve, Alpes de Haute Provence, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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La Dalle aux Ammonites near Digne - Geological Reserve of. Over

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La Dalle aux Ammonites near Digne - Geological Reserve of. Over 320 square meters, there are more than 1550 ammonites of all sizes, the largest of which have a diameter of 70 cm! Main species: Coroniceras multicostatum (200 Ma), Digne Geological Reserve, Alpes de Haute Provence, FranceLa Dalle aux Ammonites near Digne - Geological Reserve of. Over 320 square meters, there are more than 1550 ammonites of all sizes, the largest of which have a diameter of 70 cm! Main species: Coroniceras multicostatum (200 Ma), Digne Geological Reserve, Alpes de Haute Provence, FranceLa Dalle aux Ammonites near Digne - Geological Reserve of. Over 320 square meters, there are more than 1550 ammonites of all sizes, the largest of which have a diameter of 70 cm! Main species: Coroniceras multicostatum (200 Ma), Digne Geological Reserve, Alpes de Haute Provence, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Dalle aux Arenaygues = stone flowers witnessing the Devonian 360million years ago. Jean Pierre Dugène discovered it in 2010. Rare circular structures with a radiating shape reminiscent of a cartwheel. In the center of the structure is the opening of a chimney for the escape of water and sand, fossilized. These structures were created during an earthquake in sediments of detrital origin deposited in the shallow sea. These 'Arenaygues' are considered to be the most characteristic and best preserved specimens in the world. Ossau Valley, Pyrenees, FranceDalle aux Arenaygues = stone flowers witnessing the Devonian 360million years ago. Jean Pierre Dugène discovered it in 2010. Rare circular structures with a radiating shape reminiscent of a cartwheel. In the center of the structure is the opening of a chimney for the escape of water and sand, fossilized. These structures were created during an earthquake in sediments of detrital origin deposited in the shallow sea. These 'Arenaygues' are considered to be the most characteristic and best preserved specimens in the world. Ossau Valley, Pyrenees, FranceDalle aux Arenaygues = stone flowers witnessing the Devonian 360million years ago. Jean Pierre Dugène discovered it in 2010. Rare circular structures with a radiating shape reminiscent of a cartwheel. In the center of the structure is the opening of a chimney for the escape of water and sand, fossilized. These structures were created during an earthquake in sediments of detrital origin deposited in the shallow sea. These 'Arenaygues' are considered to be the most characteristic and best preserved specimens in the world. Ossau Valley, Pyrenees, France© Georges Lopez / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Dalle aux Arenaygues = stone flowers witnessing the Devonian

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Dalle aux Arenaygues = stone flowers witnessing the Devonian 360million years ago. Jean Pierre Dugène discovered it in 2010. Rare circular structures with a radiating shape reminiscent of a cartwheel. In the center of the structure is the opening of a chimney for the escape of water and sand, fossilized. These structures were created during an earthquake in sediments of detrital origin deposited in the shallow sea. These 'Arenaygues' are considered to be the most characteristic and best preserved specimens in the world. Ossau Valley, Pyrenees, FranceDalle aux Arenaygues = stone flowers witnessing the Devonian 360million years ago. Jean Pierre Dugène discovered it in 2010. Rare circular structures with a radiating shape reminiscent of a cartwheel. In the center of the structure is the opening of a chimney for the escape of water and sand, fossilized. These structures were created during an earthquake in sediments of detrital origin deposited in the shallow sea. These 'Arenaygues' are considered to be the most characteristic and best preserved specimens in the world. Ossau Valley, Pyrenees, FranceDalle aux Arenaygues = stone flowers witnessing the Devonian 360million years ago. Jean Pierre Dugène discovered it in 2010. Rare circular structures with a radiating shape reminiscent of a cartwheel. In the center of the structure is the opening of a chimney for the escape of water and sand, fossilized. These structures were created during an earthquake in sediments of detrital origin deposited in the shallow sea. These 'Arenaygues' are considered to be the most characteristic and best preserved specimens in the world. Ossau Valley, Pyrenees, France© Georges Lopez / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Trilobite fossil. Karoo, Western Cape, South AfricaTrilobite fossil. Karoo, Western Cape, South AfricaTrilobite fossil. Karoo, Western Cape, South Africa© Roger de La Harpe / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Trilobite fossil. Karoo, Western Cape, South Africa

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Fossilised (fossilized) shells, plants and crinoids. Karoo, Western Cape, South Africa.Fossilised (fossilized) shells, plants and crinoids. Karoo, Western Cape, South Africa.Fossilised (fossilized) shells, plants and crinoids. Karoo, Western Cape, South Africa.© Roger de La Harpe / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Fossilised (fossilized) shells, plants and crinoids. Karoo,

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Site of the footprints of dinosaur paws, Le Castellas, Saint-Laurent de Trèves, the Causses and the Cévennes, cultural landscape of Mediterranean agro-pastoralism, classified World Heritage by Unesco, Cévennes National Park, Classified Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, Lozère, FranceSite of the footprints of dinosaur paws, Le Castellas, Saint-Laurent de Trèves, the Causses and the Cévennes, cultural landscape of Mediterranean agro-pastoralism, classified World Heritage by Unesco, Cévennes National Park, Classified Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, Lozère, FranceSite of the footprints of dinosaur paws, Le Castellas, Saint-Laurent de Trèves, the Causses and the Cévennes, cultural landscape of Mediterranean agro-pastoralism, classified World Heritage by Unesco, Cévennes National Park, Classified Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, Lozère, France© Michel Cavalier / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Site of the footprints of dinosaur paws, Le Castellas,

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National Park Service badge, Fossil Butte National Monument, U.S. National Park Service, Wyoming, USANational Park Service badge, Fossil Butte National Monument, U.S. National Park Service, Wyoming, USANational Park Service badge, Fossil Butte National Monument, U.S. National Park Service, Wyoming, USA© Marc Le Fèvre / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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National Park Service badge, Fossil Butte National Monument, U.S.

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Entrance sign to the Fossil Butte National Monument, U.S. National Park Service, Wyoming, USAEntrance sign to the Fossil Butte National Monument, U.S. National Park Service, Wyoming, USAEntrance sign to the Fossil Butte National Monument, U.S. National Park Service, Wyoming, USA© Marc Le Fèvre / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Entrance sign to the Fossil Butte National Monument, U.S.

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Helminthoid flysch, Traces of fossil activity characteristic of flysch in the Embrun region, Vallon du Rabioux, Ecrins National Park, Hautes Alpes, FranceHelminthoid flysch, Traces of fossil activity characteristic of flysch in the Embrun region, Vallon du Rabioux, Ecrins National Park, Hautes Alpes, FranceHelminthoid flysch, Traces of fossil activity characteristic of flysch in the Embrun region, Vallon du Rabioux, Ecrins National Park, Hautes Alpes, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Helminthoid flysch, Traces of fossil activity characteristic of

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Fossil Fern (Neuropteris sp), Carboniferous, GermanyFossil Fern (Neuropteris sp), Carboniferous, GermanyFossil Fern (Neuropteris sp), Carboniferous, Germany© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Fossil Fern (Neuropteris sp), Carboniferous, Germany

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Fossil fish (Ameopsis lepidota), Upper Triassic, Solnhofen, GermanyFossil fish (Ameopsis lepidota), Upper Triassic, Solnhofen, GermanyFossil fish (Ameopsis lepidota), Upper Triassic, Solnhofen, Germany© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Fossil fish (Ameopsis lepidota), Upper Triassic, Solnhofen,

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Fossil Fern (Neurpteris ovata), Carboniferus, New MexicoFossil Fern (Neurpteris ovata), Carboniferus, New MexicoFossil Fern (Neurpteris ovata), Carboniferus, New Mexico© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Fossil Fern (Neurpteris ovata), Carboniferus, New Mexico

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Fossil Crinoid - Siphocrinite sp. - Ordovician - MoroccoFossil Crinoid - Siphocrinite sp. - Ordovician - MoroccoFossil Crinoid - Siphocrinite sp. - Ordovician - Morocco© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Fossil Crinoid - Siphocrinite sp. - Ordovician - Morocco

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Fossil Reptile - Keichousaurus hui - Triassic - China - Family PachypluerosauridaeFossil Reptile - Keichousaurus hui - Triassic - China - Family PachypluerosauridaeFossil Reptile - Keichousaurus hui - Triassic - China - Family Pachypluerosauridae© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443410

Fossil Reptile - Keichousaurus hui - Triassic - China - Family

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Fossil Trilobites - Symphysurus sp. - Ordovician - MoroccoFossil Trilobites - Symphysurus sp. - Ordovician - MoroccoFossil Trilobites - Symphysurus sp. - Ordovician - Morocco© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443409

Fossil Trilobites - Symphysurus sp. - Ordovician - Morocco

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Fossil Brittle Star - MoroccoFossil Brittle Star - MoroccoFossil Brittle Star - Morocco© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443408

Fossil Brittle Star - Morocco

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Fossil Lungfish - Osteolepis panderi - Mid Devonian - Caithness - ScotlandFossil Lungfish - Osteolepis panderi - Mid Devonian - Caithness - ScotlandFossil Lungfish - Osteolepis panderi - Mid Devonian - Caithness - Scotland© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443407

Fossil Lungfish - Osteolepis panderi - Mid Devonian - Caithness -

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Fossil lungfish - Dipterus sp. - Mid Devonian - Caithness - ScotlandFossil lungfish - Dipterus sp. - Mid Devonian - Caithness - ScotlandFossil lungfish - Dipterus sp. - Mid Devonian - Caithness - Scotland© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443406

Fossil lungfish - Dipterus sp. - Mid Devonian - Caithness -

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Fossil Fish - Pterichthyodes milleri - Mid Devonian - Caithness -Scotland - PlacodermFossil Fish - Pterichthyodes milleri - Mid Devonian - Caithness -Scotland - PlacodermFossil Fish - Pterichthyodes milleri - Mid Devonian - Caithness -Scotland - Placoderm© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443405

Fossil Fish - Pterichthyodes milleri - Mid Devonian - Caithness

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Coelacanths - Cardiosuctor sp. - Carboniferous - Bear Gulch - Montana - USA - 250 million years oldCoelacanths - Cardiosuctor sp. - Carboniferous - Bear Gulch - Montana - USA - 250 million years oldCoelacanths - Cardiosuctor sp. - Carboniferous - Bear Gulch - Montana - USA - 250 million years old© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443403

Coelacanths - Cardiosuctor sp. - Carboniferous - Bear Gulch -

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Fossil Amphibian (Sclerocephalus hauseri) - Germany - PermianFossil Amphibian (Sclerocephalus hauseri) - Germany - PermianFossil Amphibian (Sclerocephalus hauseri) - Germany - Permian© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443402

Fossil Amphibian (Sclerocephalus hauseri) - Germany - Permian

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Fossil Fish (Aspidorynchus) - Jurassic - Solnhofen - GermanyFossil Fish (Aspidorynchus) - Jurassic - Solnhofen - GermanyFossil Fish (Aspidorynchus) - Jurassic - Solnhofen - Germany© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443401

Fossil Fish (Aspidorynchus) - Jurassic - Solnhofen - Germany

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Fossil Fish (Belonostomus) - Jurassic - Solnhofen - GermanyFossil Fish (Belonostomus) - Jurassic - Solnhofen - GermanyFossil Fish (Belonostomus) - Jurassic - Solnhofen - Germany© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443400

Fossil Fish (Belonostomus) - Jurassic - Solnhofen - Germany

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Heliobatis Fossil - Green River Formation - Eocene Age - Lincoln County - WyomingHeliobatis Fossil - Green River Formation - Eocene Age - Lincoln County - WyomingHeliobatis Fossil - Green River Formation - Eocene Age - Lincoln County - Wyoming© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443399

Heliobatis Fossil - Green River Formation - Eocene Age - Lincoln

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Fossil Stromatolite - Conophytum basalticum - Cambrian - Australia - Katherine - Northern TerritoryFossil Stromatolite - Conophytum basalticum - Cambrian - Australia - Katherine - Northern TerritoryFossil Stromatolite - Conophytum basalticum - Cambrian - Australia - Katherine - Northern Territory© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443398

Fossil Stromatolite - Conophytum basalticum - Cambrian -

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Fossil Stromatolite - Conophytum basalticum - Cambrian - Australia - Katherine - Northern TerritoryFossil Stromatolite - Conophytum basalticum - Cambrian - Australia - Katherine - Northern TerritoryFossil Stromatolite - Conophytum basalticum - Cambrian - Australia - Katherine - Northern Territory© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443397

Fossil Stromatolite - Conophytum basalticum - Cambrian -

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Fossil Crinoid (Jimbacrinus bostocki) - Early Permian - Gascoyne Junction - Western AustraliaFossil Crinoid (Jimbacrinus bostocki) - Early Permian - Gascoyne Junction - Western AustraliaFossil Crinoid (Jimbacrinus bostocki) - Early Permian - Gascoyne Junction - Western Australia© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443396

Fossil Crinoid (Jimbacrinus bostocki) - Early Permian - Gascoyne

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Fossil Cockroach (Blattodea) - Santana Formation - Brazil - Early Cretaceous PeriodFossil Cockroach (Blattodea) - Santana Formation - Brazil - Early Cretaceous PeriodFossil Cockroach (Blattodea) - Santana Formation - Brazil - Early Cretaceous Period© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443394

Fossil Cockroach (Blattodea) - Santana Formation - Brazil - Early

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Fossil Dragonfly - Cordulagomphus fenestratus - Lower Cretaceous - Brazil - 125 million years old - Araripe basinFossil Dragonfly - Cordulagomphus fenestratus - Lower Cretaceous - Brazil - 125 million years old - Araripe basinFossil Dragonfly - Cordulagomphus fenestratus - Lower Cretaceous - Brazil - 125 million years old - Araripe basin© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443392

Fossil Dragonfly - Cordulagomphus fenestratus - Lower Cretaceous

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Fossil Dragonfly (Cordulagomphus fenestratus) - Lower Cretaceous - Brazil - 125 million years old - Araripe basinFossil Dragonfly (Cordulagomphus fenestratus) - Lower Cretaceous - Brazil - 125 million years old - Araripe basinFossil Dragonfly (Cordulagomphus fenestratus) - Lower Cretaceous - Brazil - 125 million years old - Araripe basin© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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2443391

Fossil Dragonfly (Cordulagomphus fenestratus) - Lower Cretaceous

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