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Pressie
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Message 14 of 18 (866488)
11-12-2019 8:29 AM
Reply to: Message 11 by jar
11-12-2019 7:29 AM


Re: Physical evidence of insect pollination 99 million years ago
jar.

I was wondering as well. I've only seen relatively big ammonite fossils. Got me to look at ammonites. Never realised that there were so many different species of ammonites. From huge to very small and the small species also had babies. And some were trapped in amber. Blew my mind!

Learned a lot today, thanks to EvC.

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