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Archaeopteryx lithographica (Berlin specimen)

Archaeopteryx lithographica.

The remains of a living thing preserved in the rock record. Bones, teeth, shells, pollen, leaves and wood are common types of body fossils [1].

References

  1. ^ Holtz, Dr. Thomas Jr.; Luis V. Rey (2007). Dinosaurs: The Most Complete, Up-to-Date Encyclopedia for Dinosaur Lovers of All Ages. Random House. ISBN 9780375824197.  Cite uses deprecated parameter |coauthor= (help)
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