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Phil Manning, University of Manchester, and Pete Larson, Black Hills Institute

Caption: Paleontologists Phil Manning (University of Manchester, center) and Pete Larson (Black Hills Institute) discuss the counter plate of the Archaeopteryx Berlin specimen discovered in 1880.

Credit: Brad Plummer/SLAC

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