Fossils

With 45 tentacles, the Sollasina cthulhu could snatch food and creep along the ocean floor.
“I will probably spend the rest of my career working on this site," said paleontologist Robert Gay.
“My heart was racing," paleontologist Joe Sertich said. "I realized it was a pretty important dinosaur find."
The print, found in Western Australia, is about 27 inches longer than the last suspected record-holder.
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And lucky us, we have an answer to this puzzler, thanks to a surprising source: a scaleless bearded dragon. While some reptiles