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Fossils (bivalve, turrets & crinoids)



At Motunau beach, the rocky ledges and the boulders strewn across the shore, contain bivalved mollusc shells, some still joined together in the pair (these were the most numerous fossils), crinoids, turrets and flora impressions...

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DespinaTsafetopoulou 11 years ago

Thank you, @Kerrydonovanbrown, @Seema, @UndrakhG and MariaJoaoDrumond :)

Canterbury, New Zealand

Spotted on Apr 14, 2011
Submitted on Oct 20, 2012

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