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Great ChrisJ 2019-10-26 2:46

Hello Rob,

Impeccable sharpness and almost a monochrome b&w shot. The skeleton at right resembles a modern turtle. I have no idea what kind of deep sea fish this might be. Perhaps a deep sea angler fish that uses a light on the end of its mouth full of razor sharp teeth, or a distant relative. The stegosaurus bones and stairwell make good workshops. Did you know that southern Alberta used to be SOUTH of the equator! Similar to the Amazon today. Hence so many large plant and meat eating dinosaurs. But over 100's of millions of years it has drifted north of the 49th parallel. Drumheller Dinosaur Museum is well worth seeing as a daytrip from Calgary. Tfs!

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Old 10-26-2019, 11:05 AM
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Hi Chris,
Thank you for your additional info. Coincidentally, Lars and I visited Dumpheller this year, but I didn't know that yet when I took these pictures.
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