permineralized love


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  • adj. fossilized by permineralization


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  • By comparison, if one were to demineralize a typical well-permineralized fossil, there would be nothing left.

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  • If we're talking about an octopus, it's going to be somewhat more difficult but not impossible to find something like a very large beak or possibly egg cases that have been permineralized.

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  • Alternative theories, such as the one proposed by paleontologist Thomas Kaye of the University of Washington in Seattle, suggest that the soft-tissue is permineralized biofilm created by bacteria while digesting and breaking down the original specimen.

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