Pennsylvania fossils: How a church held the secret to a new species of trilobite

Pennsylvania fossils: How a church held the secret to a new species of trilobite

Not all fossils are uncovered by digging in the dirt and breaking open rocks. While all fossils originate in various types of rocks, they can take a varied path before they reach scientists. An important example of this involves specimens housed in the Invertebrate Paleontology collections at The State Museum of Pennsylvania that were once …

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