Fossil Friday!

This week on the Fossil Friday. I answer a special request from last week’s winner, Gerald Wilgus. Gerald thought we’ve had too many invertebrates lately, and maybe we should throw the vertebrate people a bone—no pun intended!

So this week, I bring you some not-so-tiny toes! These chicken-like feet sure could use a manicure. I added my toes in too just for size comparison—though mine are much smaller!

These toes were poking around what is now Utah in the late Jurassic.  It was a meat-eater...but that’s all I’ll tell you!

The first person to identify this fellow gets bragging rights for the week—and to decide the topic for next week’s Fossil Friday!

Minda Berbeco
Short Bio

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

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