Paleontologists Create Drawing of Squid Using Ink From 150-Million-Year-Old Squid Ink

Squid Ink

photo by BNPS

At a dig in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England, paleontologists discovered a 150 million year-old fossilized squid (Belemnotheutis antiquus) that was so well preserved they were able to use its ink to draw a image of the pre-historic squid-like creature.

via Neatorama

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