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bone bed

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(Geological Science) geology a sediment containing large quantities of fossilized animal remains, such as bones, teeth, scales, etc
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(2013): Marine flooding in continental Triassic facies identified by a nothosaur and placodont bonebed (South Iberian Paleomargin).
The 190-million-year-old dinosaur bonebed belongs to a group of dinosaurs called
Washington, April 11 ( ANI ): Scientists excavating the fossilized bones at the Lufeng site - world's oldest dinosaur embryo bonebed - have been able to track the growth of embryonic dinosaurs as they developed.
This is Bonebed 30 (dinosaurpark.ca), a guided excavation program that taps participants into another time, place and profession.
The stunning landscape might be crawling with hiking, picnicking, and camping tourists, but you can escape the deluge and delve into the park's inner workings on a Bonebed 30 guided excavation.
Among the key events discussed are the discoveries of a basal titanosaur that may be the largest dinosaur found in China, the first large-bodied theropod from Pakistan, the largest Jurassic theropod tooth documented to date, and the first preserved integument and bonebed pertaining to the horned dinosaur Triceratops.
Whitney Site 2 was near the Bison Bonebed Trail as it crosses through Whitehead Creek (42.839432/ --103.594347).
Folsom is a bison kill site, dated to around 10 500 cal BE on the edge of the Great Plains in northern New Mexico where remains of bison antiquus were encountered in a 'bonebed' in 1926.
141 10:00 LAND MAMMALS FROM THE MIDDLE MIOCENE SHARKTOOTH HILL BONEBED, KERN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.
The scales from the Vesiku outcrop come from a bonebed, therefore fragile scales are absent and all spines are broken.
The prevailing theory is that the "bonebed" at Agate is a 19-million-year-old waterhole where thousands of drought-stricken rhinoceroses and horse-like chalicothers perished.