Dinosaur bone cells from the Morrison Formation in Utah that have been petrified with silica and quartz crystals. The Morrison Formation features dinosaur fossils dating back to the Late Jurassic period.
Image by Douglas Moore, University of Wisconsin.
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Dinosaur bone cells from the Morrison Formation in Utah that have been petrified with silica and quartz crystals. The Morrison Formation features dinosaur fossils dating back to the Late Jurassic period.

Image by Douglas Moore, University of Wisconsin.

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