Fossil Sea Scorpion Devonian Marine Animal
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Although it became extinct after a short appearance in the Silurian and Devonian periods about 400 million years ago, the sea scorpion bears a remarkable resemblance to many other arthropods including the tiny desert scorpion. This specimen is close to a foot in length and one giant variety measured nine feet long. Eurypterid Fossil SEA SCORPION DEVONIAN MARINE ANIMAL

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Fossil Sea Scorpion Devonian Marine Animal

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