Lebanese Fossil Cephalopods

michael schmidt

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Just thought everyone might enjoy some 100% natural (NOT PAINTED like all of the others on the net!) fossil cephalopod images of Cretaceous Paloe-octopus fossils from Lebanon. The soft tissue preservation is astounding!

Enjoy

Michael
 

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Phil

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Welcome back Michael.

Nice pictures indeed. Do you have any idea what the structures are inside the mantle? It almost looks as if there is a conical gladius in there.

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