Tuesday, September 11, 2012

FOSSIL MUSEUM - SC0068: SHRIMP

FOSSIL NO:SC0068
AGE:145 million years
TERM:Jurassic
LOCATION:Eichstatt, Germany



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OTHER INFORMATION:
The shrimp is an arthropod belonging to the sub-phylum Crustacea. Its body is covered in armor composed largely of calcium carbonate. Various species of shrimp live in both salt and fresh water. The fossil shrimp pictured is around 145 million years old. Shrimps, which have maintained their structure for millions of years with no change, are proof that living things never underwent evolution.

1 comment:

  1. You are an idiot. Hey I found a rock with a shoe print on it. Does that make your god a fashion queen?

    The only fact about this site is your are coming up with excuses to avoid the burden of proof.

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