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Palaeontology Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 409 pictures in our Palaeontology collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Fossil Bird Archaeopteryx Cast - Original specimen in Berlin - Germany Featured Print

Fossil Bird Archaeopteryx Cast - Original specimen in Berlin - Germany

CAN-2452
Fossil Bird Archaeopteryx Cast - Original specimen in Berlin - Germany
Known as "the first bird" with both dinosaurian and avian features which some say represents a "missing link" between dinosaurs and birds - Had teeth - a bony tail and claws but like birds had flight feathers and hollow bones - First discovered in 1861 in the Solnhofen beds in Germany
John Cancalosi
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© John Cancalosi/ardea.com

FG-DH-289 Featured Print

FG-DH-289

FG-DH-289
Dinosaurs - paleontologist Lynett Gillette examines bones of the dinosaur Coelophysis
Coelophysis bauri
Coelophysis was a small carnivorous dinosaur of the Late Triassic (Chinle Formation). A Coelophysis mass mortality site was discovered at Ghost Ranch, near Abiquiu, New Mexico in 1947. The centerpiece of the Ghost Ranch Museum is an 8-ton bloc of matrix transported from the quarry. On this photo, paleontologist Lynett Gillette examines bones of Coelophysis that have been carefully exposed at the top of the block.
Model released
Francois Gohier

© Francois Gohier / ardea.com

Fossil - Bird. Confuciusornis. Lower Cretaceous Featured Print

Fossil - Bird. Confuciusornis. Lower Cretaceous

CAN-2193
Fossil - Bird. Confuciusornis. Lower Cretaceous.
China
This specimen is a well preserved female bird with extensive organic preservation-carbonized skin and feathers covering some of the well preserved bones, the right wing and leg and a small portion of the beak has been chewed by a burrowing animal shortly after the creature died.
John Cancalosi
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© John Cancalosi/ardea.com