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Lobster Fossil

Lobster Fossil

Fossil lobsters are the preserved remains or traces of ancient lobsters, which are crustaceans belonging to the family Nephropidae. Lobsters have a long evolutionary history, with fossil evidence dating back millions of years. Fossil lobsters provide valuable insights into the evolutionary development and diversity of these creatures over time.


Fossil lobsters can be found in various geological formations around the world, particularly in marine sediments. These fossils can take different forms, including well-preserved exoskeletons, body impressions, or trace fossils such as burrows or tracks left behind by lobsters.

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