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“Foraminifera: Halkyardia minima
These shells pictured here belonged to pin-head sized animals called ‘foraminifera’, or formas. These ones lived about 35 million years ago, but similar kinds live in today’s oceans.”
Image: Ian McMillan, Cardiff University

Foraminifera: Halkyardia minima

These shells pictured here belonged to pin-head sized animals called ‘foraminifera’, or formas. These ones lived about 35 million years ago, but similar kinds live in today’s oceans.”

Image: Ian McMillan, Cardiff University

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