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English: Archaeopteryx sp., fragmentary fossil. This fossil, probably found around 1990 in Daiting, Suevia, Germany, was for the first time ever on public display during the Munich Mineral Show 2009, where this photo was taken. (This image shows the original fossil - not a cast.)
Deutsch: Archaeopteryx sp., fossiles Fragment. Dieses Fossil wurde wahrscheinlich schon um 1990 in Daiting, Schwaben, gefunden, und wurde während der Münchner Mineralientagen 2009 erstmals öffentlich ausgestellt, wo dieses Bild aufgenommen wurde. (Dieses Bild zeigt das Original-Fossil, keinen Abguss.)
Date 30 October 2009
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Author H. Raab ( User:Vesta)


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