Fosilised Skeletons, Bones & Teeth

These fossils have proved indispensable to enthusiasts since the foundation of the science of palaeontology in the eighteenth century. Contained within the rock strata essential for carving out the world’s geological history, remains of skeletons, bones, and teeth tell us not only about the species to which they belonged, but about the ecosystems in which they existed. The shape, size, and density of skeletons, bones, and teeth are all informative in this respect, but teeth prove particularly fascinating, as the wear shown from feeding provides additional and unparalleled insight into the diet of a species.

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