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The Jurassic vomit that stood the test of time

Top-down view of a mass of black fossils in stone.

Frog bones and a femur that might have belonged to a salamander fill a suspected ‘regurgitalite’, which scientists think was made by an ancient fish. Credit: J. R. Foster et al./PALAIOS

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Nature 609, 444 (2022)



  1. Foster, J. R., Hunt, A. P. & Kirkland, J. I. Palaios 37, 433–442 (2022).

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