In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Geologíafósil masculino(leaf/shell) (before noun) fosilizado
- Until recently, however, no sponge body fossils had been identified or described from this fauna.
- Marine rocks commonly contain plant fossils but they are outnumbered by more common and spectacular shelly invertebrate fossils.
- Then we use the dating of a recently discovered hominid fossil as a calibration point.
- Other marine trace fossils, together with marine bivalves, have been described from the unit as a whole.
- All of these sites have yielded remarkably preserved Cambrian fossils, in large part due to rapid burial.
- Shallow marine invertebrate fossils occur throughout the formation, but are mainly concentrated in four broad intervals.
- Carboniferous and Permian strata often contain useful index fossils belonging to this group.
- During that time new hominid fossils have been discovered in Africa.
- Very few dinosaur fossils are actually found near this boundary.
- Pasting on a fake smile, I nodded fervently, no longer eager to study silly fossils of dead organisms.
- Two years ago, scientists described 5-million-year-old albatross fossils representing five different species.
- Almost no dinosaur fossils have been found from that time, particularly in North America.
- I decided that my own role could be to collect plant fossils for their research and museum collections.
- Li and Ding interpreted such structures as metazoan trace fossils.
- The decapod fossils are preserved in remarkable detail as molds and as body fossils.
- The oldest true vertebrate fossils date back 530 million years.
- Consider three separately discovered archaic Homo sapiens fossils dating to around 150,000 years ago.
- Most geologists are familiar with the occurrence of plant compression fossils in bedded sedimentary rocks.
- Scientific testing has determined that the oldest dinosaur fossils are hundreds of millions of years old.
- There is an abundance of shelly animal fossils.
2coloquial(sb outdated) vejestorio masculino coloquial(sb outdated) fósil masculino coloquial(sth outdated) antigualla femenino coloquial
- Who would take care of that crazy old fossil then?
- For those of you who are surprised that a grumpy old fossil like me actually works on a computer, it is all t'Editor's fault.
- Most of the other scholars were old fossils that seemed so fragile that the slightest breath of wind would keel them over.
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