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  • n. Plural form of trilobite.


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  • The Captain kept still too, wishing very much that he and Daisy and the trilobites were all back in their places again.

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  • · Find ancient marine invertebrates called trilobites at Antelope Springs, near the city of Delta

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  • Roughly 550 million years ago the first complex animals, such as trilobites, appear in the fossil record.

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  • First of all, when you look at the fossils that have been found, 95% of the fossil record is marine invertebrates such as trilobites and clams.

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  • There are Dudley trilobites in museums in every corner of the globe,

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  • While I had been digging trilobites out of the creek behind our house or building up my interesting-hunks-of-metal collection, he had been collecting artillery shells.

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  • I am especially pleased with the tiny Dicranurus trilobites used to divide the chapter sections.

    "I'm lost, and the shadows keep on changing."

  • There will be trilobites and bladderack, eels and eurypterids.

    "No wise fish would go anywhere without a porpoise."

  • Have you ever noticed how arthropods, such as trilobites, look like aliens?

    The Memory Palace

  • From swarms of ginormous trilobites to Ida-the-over-hyped-ancient-lemur, National Geographic counts down the Top 10 Dinosaur and Fossil Finds of 2009.

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