Daily Archives: May 8, 2011

Wooster’s “Fossil” of the Week: The most famous pseudofossil ever (Proterozoic of Canada)

This week’s specimen is a piece of obscure paleontological history, although it represents a “fossil” that was for a short time one of the most prominent in the world. In 1864, the uber-geologist Charles Lyell claimed it was “one of … Continue reading

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