Thursday, August 20, 2009

Yeah, I love this. I'm a nerd.


"The discovery of the gastroliths associated with this plesiosaur specimen were particularly exciting because most plesiosaur gastroliths are found associated with the long-neck morphotype", Dr. Schmeisser explained.

(Long-neck morphotype shown.)

6 comments:

LivingDeadNurse said...

okay i have to ask where in the world did this come from? lol

LivingDeadNurse said...

i like the triceratops (msp)

notratched said...

That's terrifying. I'm sure you know this. Zoiks.

Anonymous said...

I don't like him.

Carolyn said...

Huh. Looks like one of the parasites I had when I was in the Peace Corp.

shrimplate said...

"Most Plesiosaur Gastroliths," cool band name.