Fossil Friday!

I’m serving up some arty photography this week! I feel that this looks a bit M. C. Escher-esque— as if the ridges are morphing into birds. Alternatively, it could be a cool relief map showing a basin and range mountain formation. Or it could be none of those things—but it is one thing, an organism of some importance and fame. Does anyone have a guess? I’d be super-surprised if you get the genus and species on this one… but then again, you’ve been surprising me every week.

Until Monday!

Stephanie Keep
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Stephanie Keep is the former Editor of Reports of the National Center for Science Education

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