Hey there every peoples.
Guess what… It’s my 100th post!
Posted in Critters Abroad |
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Hey there every peoples!
How long has it been since I talked about just Central Coast fossils? Yeah, way too long. So now that i have finally gotten around to it, which one should I do? While I’m not one to let others influence my thought process, the idea for this one came from the geology field course i took this semester.
Posted in Central Coast Critters |
Tagged Amphicyon, Barstovian, bear dog, Caliente, California, Central Coast, Clarendonian, Cuyama Valley, fossils, Ischyrocyon, Miocene, Oligocene, paleontology, Red Rock Canyon, Sespe, Temnocyon |