Fossil On Santa Cruz Beach Found By Surfers Likely From Extinct Whale
by Mark Duncan | on November 16, 2012
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Some surfers made an amazing discovery near Santa Cruz, Calif., yesterday, when they found what looked to be a fossilized row of vertebrae jutting out of some rocks during an “extremely low tide.”
One surfer, Reddit user “Donkahones,” snapped a picture of the old bones and uploaded it to the social news site with the light-hearted headline, “So I went surfing and saw a dinosaur.” Not everyone appreciated the joke, but it did attract quite a bit of interest.
The Huffington Post reached out to the Institute of Marine Sciences at the University of California, Santa Cruz for comment. Director Gary Griggs wrote back and said that the fossils in the photo were most likely from an extinct Pliocene-era whale. …Read more
Earlier in November, a large ammonite shell fossil measuring about 3 feet in diameter was found in the woods near Mount Benson, British Columbia, the Vancouver Sun reported.
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