Wind-abraided stones and trilobite fossil

Wind-abraided stones and trilobite fossil

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Caption: Wind-abraided stones and trilobite fossil. The stones have been smoothed by wind erosion. A trilobite was a bottom-dwelling marine arthropod that inhabited the seas between the Cambrian and Permian periods, 542-250 million years ago.

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