Textures and Teeth: Permian Amphibians, Fish, Reptiles

Paleozoic Era (541.0–252.17 million years ago) amphibian, fish, and reptile fossils showing detail of teeth and skin textures. Probably from Devonian (419.2–358.9) through Permian Period (298.9–252.17 million years ago).

Paleozoic Permian amphibian and reptile fossils showing detail of teeth and skin textures
Paleozoic Permian amphibian and reptile fossils showing detail of teeth and skin textures, Lake Michigan’s Left Coast, Elizabeth G Fagan
Paleozoic Permian amphibian and reptile fossils showing detail of teeth and skin textures
Paleozoic Permian amphibian and reptile fossils showing detail of teeth and skin textures, Lake Michigan’s Left Coast, Elizabeth G Fagan
Paleozoic Permian amphibian and reptile fossils showing detail of teeth and skin textures
Paleozoic Permian amphibian and reptile fossils showing detail of teeth and skin textures, Lake Michigan’s Left Coast, Elizabeth G Fagan
Paleozoic Permian amphibian and reptile fossils showing detail of teeth and skin textures
Paleozoic Permian amphibian and reptile fossils showing detail of teeth and skin textures, Lake Michigan’s Left Coast, Elizabeth G Fagan
Paleozoic Permian amphibian and reptile fossils showing detail of teeth and skin textures
Paleozoic Permian amphibian and reptile fossils showing detail of teeth and skin textures, Lake Michigan’s Left Coast, Elizabeth G Fagan
Paleozoic Permian amphibian and reptile fossils showing detail of teeth and skin textures
Paleozoic Permian amphibian and reptile fossils showing detail of teeth and skin textures, Lake Michigan’s Left Coast, Elizabeth G Fagan
Paleozoic Permian amphibian and reptile fossils showing detail of teeth and skin textures
Paleozoic Permian amphibian and reptile fossils showing detail of teeth and skin textures, Lake Michigan’s Left Coast, Elizabeth G Fagan

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