Answer Monday!

This past week on Fossil Friday, I gave you a final fossil to kiss Fossil Friday goodbye. There were many guesses, but the answer was a huge hypostome (the plate that covered the mouth) from a trilobite. Yikes—that fellow from the Ordovician Kope Formation in Northern Kentucky would have been 2 feet long. Talk about a kiss of death!

Thanks, everyone, who has played Fossil Friday over the past two years—it’s been lots of fun. Stay tuned for a new monthly blog to get your fingers typing and brain cells popping—a Monthly Monday Movie Madness!





Minda Berbeco
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Minda Berbeco is the former Programs and Policy Director at NCSE.

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