World's oldest turtle shells stand the test of time

A fossil of one of the world's oldest-known turtle shells with a limb bone dating from 215 million years ago, discovered in clay deposit north-west of Krakow, is being examined at Institute of Palaeobiology of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw on September 27, 2012. AFP PHOTO/JANEK SKARZYNSKI





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