Tyrannosaurus. Late Cretaceous. North America
Triassic Cathedral Photo by Andrea Arcucci
Parque Nacional Talampaya. La Rioja. Argentina
Shansisuchus life reconstruction
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Axial osteology of Concavenator corcovatus (Theropoda; Carcharodontosauria) from the Lower Cretaceous of Spain
Fossil Sea Lilies from 400 million years ago.
Museo de la Universidad de Valencia de Historia Natural
Scyphocrinites. Crinoidea. Early Devonian. Morocco
Deshayesites. Early Cretaceous. Russia
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The first sounds of an infant indelibly mark a parent’s heart. So, too, does seeing the rise and fall of the tiny cage of the chest learning to take first breaths, the reaching of fingers smaller and softer than the red shoots of a sapling, and the sleepy gazes of eyes not yet used to light, still learning to follow motion, always seeking mother and father, recognizing where and when to open the mouth and let the nourishment fall in.
And when all of that is snatched away, crushed, broken, dragged from the nest by the cruelties of the world, those weavings on the soul can never be repaired, only drowned.