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Caption: Moclay, a sediment dating to the Eocene epoch of some 55 million years ago. The Moclay formation is known for its abundant fossils, which indicate that the Earth was much warmer then than it is now. Filmed in Ertebølle, Limfjorden, Denmark.

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Eocene Moclay formation

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