Assortment of fish fossils from the Paleocene

Assortment of fish fossils from the Paleocene

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Caption: Fossil fish. Assorted specimens of fossilized fish, and some reptiles, which lived during the Paleocene period about 65 million years ago. The specimens include: black vertebra of the bowfin fish (Amia sp.) at lower centre; vertebrae of catfish at upper right corner; pycnodont palates appearing nobbled at centre and upper centre; Dipnoan lungfish tooth at upper left corner; crocodile snout at centre left, with a crocodile digit below it and crocodile claw at upper centre; vertebrae of the sea snake at bottom centre. These specimens were found at Tamanguillet in Mali, Africa.

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Keywords: animal, animals, assortment, bowfin fossil, crocodile fossil, fish fossil, fossil fish, fossil site, fossil vertebrate, fossils, lungfish fossil, palaeocene, palaeontology, paleocene, paleontology, pycnodont fossil, tamanguillet, vertebrates

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