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Sea Cow Skeleton

Caption: This image shows a typical find of a sea cow skeleton from ~ 32 Ma old sediments of Germany. This skeleton exposed in the Naturwissenschaftliche Museum Duisburg is mainly composed of vertebrae and ribs (skull on the left is reproduced) and was found in Duisburg by 1934.

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