#FossilFriday

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Best tweets:

ReBecca HF 18/08/2018 04:57
I can’t even explain how amazing it is to be working here! And to be here at the Carnegie Quarry “Bone Wall” 119 years to the day that Earl Douglass and his crew found this site and began work, it’s overwhelming! It’s just the coolest thing. #FossilFriday
http://pic.twitter.com/McnVn7tv7f – a Dinosaur National Monument
I can’t even explain how amazing it is to be working here! And to be here at the Carnegie Quarry “Bone Wall” 119 years to the day that Earl Douglass and his crew found this site and began work, it’s overwhelming! It’s just the coolest thing. #FossilFriday <br>http://pic.twitter.com/McnVn7tv7f – à Dinosaur National Monument
Let’s talk about Romer’s Gap, not to be confused with the Gap of Rohan (though I would love to talk about that, too, as I am always up for a bit of Tolkien). Romer’s Gap is an intriguing question mark ...
Tom Dudgeon 18/08/2018 12:18
Successfully flipped a Centrosaurus femur at the Hilda mega-bonebed this morning, and then spent the afternoon prospecting the Foremost Formation. Managed to find a shark tooth, a croc scute, and a turtle claw! #CMNPalaeo #FossilFriday
http://pic.twitter.com/Eyje24IQ19
Successfully flipped a Centrosaurus femur at the Hilda mega-bonebed this morning, and then spent the afternoon prospecting the Foremost Formation. Managed to find a shark tooth, a croc scute, and a turtle claw! #CMNPalaeo #FossilFriday <br>http://pic.twitter.com/Eyje24IQ19
LAPD Officer Jim Stover demonstrates how an officer turns on the new Taser body camera at a news conference in 2015. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times) A bill that would have opened public access to police ...
Stolpergeist 17/08/2018 10:04
Plane flight sketches #FossilFriday
http://pic.twitter.com/cqry3nCalm
Plane flight sketches #FossilFriday <br>http://pic.twitter.com/cqry3nCalm
We might just be one step closer to a real life Jurassic Park scenario. A three-inch fossil of a 99-million-year-old baby bird was found in an amber mine in Myanmar. SEE ALSO: T. rex might not have be...
Digitising the NHM 17/08/2018 08:58
Having a great #FossilFriday at the @NHM_London members part with @NHMFossilMammal showing off our 3D models alongside the real soecimens
http://pic.twitter.com/aBxLSq2HEB
The Museums at Night festival might be over for another season (it'll be back in October if you missed it this time) but you can still keep in touch with your favourite London museums 24/7 on Instagra...
Manfred R. Ulitzka 17/08/2018 08:26
Part of my collection of amber thrips fossils Note these are not microscope slides but thin polished artificial resin blocks including the fossils. Only way of making details visible as shown in the tiny Stenurothripidae male (0,45mm) from Cetaceous Burmese amber #FossilFriday.
http://pic.twitter.com/gR0oaj5csV
Part of my collection of amber thrips fossils Note these are not microscope slides but thin polished artificial resin blocks including the fossils. Only way of making details visible as shown in the tiny Stenurothripidae male (0,45mm) from Cetaceous Burmese amber #FossilFriday. <br>http://pic.twitter.com/gR0oaj5csV
State lawmakers Tuesday gave final approval to designating a section of the 134 Freeway as the President Barack H. Obama Highway in honor of the 44th president of the United States. Supporters of the ...
Rachel Narducci 17/08/2018 08:18
Removing a horse jaw from the Nebraska Badlands #FossilFriday
http://pic.twitter.com/iaXmrc5w1l
Removing a horse jaw from the Nebraska Badlands #FossilFriday <br>http://pic.twitter.com/iaXmrc5w1l
Ashley Reynolds 17/08/2018 08:12
I’m travelling back home this #FossilFriday, but here’s a really cute, really tiny small theropod dinosaur toe bone. I found it at our nodosaur quarry a few days ago!
http://pic.twitter.com/f5AfMqvQe2
I’m travelling back home this #FossilFriday, but here’s a really cute, really tiny small theropod dinosaur toe bone. I found it at our nodosaur quarry a few days ago! <br>http://pic.twitter.com/f5AfMqvQe2
Alex Eve 17/08/2018 07:22
For #FossilFriday , here is a tiny Styracosaurus toy compared to an actual skeleton @RoyalTyrrell !
http://pic.twitter.com/mEJrqRjEWS
For #FossilFriday , here is a tiny Styracosaurus toy compared to an actual skeleton @RoyalTyrrell !<br>http://pic.twitter.com/mEJrqRjEWS
Oliver Demuth 17/08/2018 05:03
The exploded skull exhibit at the @RoyalTyrrell is amazing! Beautiful display of the different skull bones of Daspletosaurus torosus and how they fit together. #FossilFriday
http://pic.twitter.com/E251g7yFV1
The exploded skull exhibit at the @RoyalTyrrell is amazing! Beautiful display of the different skull bones of Daspletosaurus torosus and how they fit together. #FossilFriday <br>http://pic.twitter.com/E251g7yFV1
NMMNHS Paleontology 17/08/2018 04:54
Here is Eocyclotosaurus for #FossilFriday from the Triassic of New Mexico, near San Miguel. Although it may have looked like a crocodile, it was an amphibian-like animal that reached total body lengths of ~2.5 meters. #paleoart by Frederik Spindler
http://pic.twitter.com/ZwJjK9AQHQ
Here is Eocyclotosaurus for #FossilFriday from the Triassic of New Mexico, near San Miguel. Although it may have looked like a crocodile, it was an amphibian-like animal that reached total body lengths of ~2.5 meters. #paleoart by Frederik Spindler<br>http://pic.twitter.com/ZwJjK9AQHQ
Paige Madison 17/08/2018 04:20
For #FossilFriday, the skull labeled TM 1511. This was the first adult Australopithecus ever found, and it was discovered #OnThisDay in 1936!
http://pic.twitter.com/9cGYgrxchr
For #FossilFriday, the skull labeled TM 1511. This was the first adult Australopithecus ever found, and it was discovered #OnThisDay in 1936!<br>http://pic.twitter.com/9cGYgrxchr
Dalton Meyer 17/08/2018 04:19
Not just any T. rex, but the holotype T. rex @CarnegieMNH #FossilFriday
http://pic.twitter.com/vk8xAh47eg
Not just any T. rex, but the holotype T. rex @CarnegieMNH #FossilFriday <br>http://pic.twitter.com/vk8xAh47eg
Gabriel N. U. 17/08/2018 03:39
For this #FossilFriday My reconstructions of small ornithischians, particularly relatively early taxa, show them as very fluffy animals. Actually after my recent conversations with @Dave_Hone some have gotten even fluffier! #paleoart #sciart #dinosaurs
http://pic.twitter.com/g4itHVe3aa
For this #FossilFriday My reconstructions of small ornithischians, particularly relatively early taxa, show them as very fluffy animals. Actually after my recent conversations with @Dave_Hone some have gotten even fluffier! #paleoart #sciart #dinosaurs<br>http://pic.twitter.com/g4itHVe3aa
Rachel Narducci 17/08/2018 01:54
#FossilFriday Found a rabbit skull in the Nebraska Badlands. Carried the jacket out all by myself! #WomeninSTEM
http://pic.twitter.com/N4V3XFi77K
#FossilFriday Found a rabbit skull in the Nebraska Badlands. Carried the jacket out all by myself! #WomeninSTEM<br>http://pic.twitter.com/N4V3XFi77K
Dr. Rod Taylor 17/08/2018 12:12
Another in an ongoing series of #BurgessShale oddities: Opabinia regalis, a 5-eyed stem-group arthropod with an elephantine, grabbing proboscis. Repeated triangular structures might be lobopods or guts, the debate rages on. Photos: J-B Caron. #FossilFriday #paleontology
http://pic.twitter.com/vZ8mBwSlGt
Another in an ongoing series of #BurgessShale oddities: Opabinia regalis, a 5-eyed stem-group arthropod with  an elephantine, grabbing proboscis. Repeated triangular structures might be lobopods or guts, the debate rages on. Photos: J-B Caron. #FossilFriday #paleontology<br>http://pic.twitter.com/vZ8mBwSlGt
NHMdinolab 17/08/2018 11:11
Two more amazing early dinosaur skulls from San Juan, due to be CT scanned for our @NERCscience dino feeding project @NHM_London courtesy of Ricardo Martinez: meet the holotypes of Adeopapposaurus and Leyesaurus, two Early Jurassic sauropodomorphs #fossilfriday #NHMdino
http://pic.twitter.com/Myf00g0PIm
Two more amazing early dinosaur skulls from San Juan, due to be CT scanned for our @NERCscience dino feeding project @NHM_London courtesy of Ricardo Martínez: meet the holotypes of Adeopapposaurus and Leyesaurus, two Early Jurassic sauropodomorphs #fossilfriday #NHMdino<br>http://pic.twitter.com/Myf00g0PIm
NHM Fossil Mammals 17/08/2018 10:35
This is the partial mandible of Xenocyon lycaonoides. Found at Westbury Cave, it is the only known record of this hypercarnivorous canid in Britain to date. It was perhaps a bit like a modern wild dog, or a dhole #fossilfriday
http://pic.twitter.com/l9UHqmNOfK
This is the partial mandible of Xenocyon lycaonoides. Found at Westbury Cave, it is the only known record of this hypercarnivorous canid in Britain to date.  It was perhaps a bit like a modern wild dog, or a dhole #fossilfriday <br>http://pic.twitter.com/l9UHqmNOfK
fernanda castano 17/08/2018 09:48
#FossilFriday Mary Anning and the Hunt of Primeval Monsters buff.ly/2r5TFZO   #FeministFriday #womeninSTEM #histsci
http://pic.twitter.com/HbzmrLOt6L
#FossilFriday Mary Anning and the Hunt of Primeval Monsters  http:// buff.ly/2r5TFZO      #FeministFriday #womeninSTEM #histsci<br>http://pic.twitter.com/HbzmrLOt6L
Elsa Panciroli 17/08/2018 09:11
This unidentified Triconodontid mammal rests its toothy head on a wee pillow in its public display case, in the Beijing MNH. One of China's many stunning fossil treasures. #MesozoicMammals #FossilFriday #mammals
http://pic.twitter.com/tEWnICvu7V
This unidentified Triconodontid mammal rests its toothy head on a wee pillow in its public display case, in the Beijing MNH. One of China's many stunning fossil treasures. #MesozoicMammals #FossilFriday #mammals<br>http://pic.twitter.com/tEWnICvu7V
Roberto Sáez 17/08/2018 08:35
#FossilFriday The 17 skulls recovered from Sima de los Huesos, #Atapuerca, Spain. Dated at 430 ka. The left side of cranium-16 was found this year. They are beautiful!
http://pic.twitter.com/i0vl6DzM2w
#FossilFriday The 17 skulls recovered from Sima de los Huesos, #Atapuerca, Spain. Dated at 430 ka. The left side of cranium-16 was found this year. They are beautiful!<br>http://pic.twitter.com/i0vl6DzM2w
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