What's the most bizarre fossil you can think of? Is it the T-rex fossil? Maybe it's the Stegosaurus fossil. These imprints are some of the Earth's most useful prehistoric remnants, giving us a window to the daily life of creatures which lived millions of years ago. It has become a common sight to see popular fossils such as those of Stegosaurus and Tyrannosaurus Rex in museums, but what is much less known are the many strange and bizarre fossils which paleontologists have discovered, especially recently. These fossils have been kept - whether by ash or amber or sand - in a state clear enough for us to study and learn from. Fossilization is a complicated and time-consuming process. It normally happens when sediments are compacted under intense pressure combined with the replacement of organic matter by silica and other materials in a process referred to as petrification. Since most tissue, including skin, organs, and muscle, decays before full fossilization can occur, we mostly find bones. Though there are plenty of bones on this list, we've also included a host of other bizarre fossils. (Did someone say fossilized sperm? Oh, we did.) You'll likely be shocked at some of the weird fossils on this list; ones that unfortunately don't get as much media attention as they should, such as a turtle the size of a helicopter. Read on to discover the 25 Most Bizarre Fossils Ever Discovered. 25 Most Bizarre Fossils Ever Discovered | List25 About 74 million years ago, a Velociraptor and Protoceratops were locked in a fierce duel in present-day Mongolia. The Velociraptor plunged its rear claws deep into the neck of the Protoceratops which responded by trying to rip the former's arm off. The two were likely covered by a collapsing sand dune, fossilized in fighting stances that paleontologists amazingly discovered while digging them up. Though researchers most often find bones of fossilized animals, diggers in Antarctica found something even weirder: sperm. Dating back 50 million years, the sperm is attributed to a collared worm and is the oldest animal sperm yet discovered. Though such organic matter would normally easily break down, the worm's reproductive methods of shooting the sperm and eggs into a protective cocoon helped preserve this bizarre fossil discovery for ages. Scientists have discovered a 500 million year-old eye in southern Australia. The delicately-preserved compound eye (like a fly's) has about 3,000 lenses, significantly better than the majority of its fellow creatures at the time. Paleontologists aren't sure which animal it belongs to, but it does show that very ancient creatures were indeed capable of having very powerful vision. The 1994 discovery of a fossilized oviraptor sitting on her eggs changed our understanding of dinosaurs forever. Previously, it was only speculated that some dinos sat on their eggs (like today's chickens do) to incubate them. This perfectly discovered fossil from Mongolia proved the assumption to be true. "Til death do us part" proved true for two ancient turtles. Found in an ancient volcanic lake in western Germany, these two turtles were doing the good deed as they sank deeper into the lake in coital bliss. Since it was a volcanic lake, the deeper waters were toxic to the turtles who quietly died, still locked together in the mating position, well-preserved by the highly toxic waters which did them in. Some people are scared of frogs just because they seem gross, but if we had existed 70 million years ago, we would have been afraid of them because they could eat dinosaurs. The largest frog ever discovered, Beelzebufo ampinga (AKA the frog from hell), could grow up to 16 inches (41 cm) long and weight up to 10 pounds (4.5 kg). It may seem unbelievable at first, but some of the most well-known African creatures likely roamed the English countryside a few thousand years ago. Legendary paleoecologist William Buckland identified the bones of a fossilized rhino and the preserved feces of then-local hyenas from 125,000 years back. The fossils of Dimetrodon reveal one of the most intriguing dinosaurs found to date. Found largely throughout the Red Beds of Texas, Dimetrodon is notable for the large fin on its back, speculated to have helped in temperature control while potentially giving the prehistoric beast an edge in hunting. And more... Want more? Check out the History Playlist: http://bit.ly/1UtMv7l If you like this video subscribe to List25: http://bit.ly/1rPhSQH Check out the physical list here: http://list25.com/25-most-bizarre-fossils-ever-discovered/ OUTRO LINKS: 25 Mind Blowing Extinct Creatures You'll Be Glad Don't Exist: http://bit.ly/2jghlUH 25 Unbelievable Trivia About Dinosaurs And The World They Lived In: http://bit.ly/2iyhot8 Follow us on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/list25 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/list25 Website: http://list25.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/list25/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/list25/
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Beautiful Mountain Alps: Wild Goats Fighting (Alpine Ibex) Taken with a Canon 600 mm telephoto with a tripod and 5D Mk III with ML. Ibex are wild goats that live in the mountainous regions of Europe, north central Asia and northern Africa. There are five species of ibex, according to the Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS). They have long, curved horns and cloven hooves. Males have long beards. Ibex are related to antelopes, buffalo, bison, cattle, goats and sheep. Ibex are the most frequent wild bovids of the Alps and related to goats. Most eye-catching are their curved horns. Those of the males can grow up to 1m and weigh as much as 15 kg. Horns grow a lifetime but less with increasing age. An individual's age can be told from the annual rings visible on the back of the horns. Ibex have a compact body on sturdy legs. While males, called bucks, can reach a bodyweight from 80 kg up to 150 kg, goats hardly ever exceed 50 kg. Ibex are strong jumpers and sure-footed climbers. This enables them to move easily in their steep, inaccessible terrain. Living above tree limit, they have a very thick coat and are able to survive even with only sparse nutrition. Males join the female herds in late autumn for the rut season in December/January and depart in early spring. Male bachelor herds form during summer and have a distinct hierarchy, based on age, size and strength. Playful fights occur to clarify this ranking: Bucks rear up on their hind legs before crashing their horns together. During the rut most high-ranking bucks avoid each other, minimizing the number of serious conflicts. For more information on Alpine Ibex visit: Facts About Ibex: http://www.livescience.com/28102-ibex.html Alpine Ibex: http://www.waza.org/en/zoo/visit-the-zoo/sheep-goats-chamois-and-musk-ox-1254385523/capra-ibex-ibex Alpine Ibex defies gravity on Italian near-vertical dam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cd8-xllm8uI Attribution: Christof Steirer - Steinböcke im Herbst 2013 Original video can be found at: https://vimeo.com/79206924 Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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