Thrinaxodon Col
Thrinaxodon Col (85°12′S 174°19′W / 85.200°S 174.317°W / -85.200; -174.317 174°19′W / 85.200°S 174.317°W / -85.200; -174.317) is a rock col 2 nautical m...
Terebratula
Terebratula is a modern genus of brachiopod with a fossil record dating back to the Late Devonian. These brachiopods are stationary epifaunal suspension feeders and have a worldwide distribution.
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East Antarctic craton
.The East Antarctic Craton is an ancient craton that forms most of Antarctica. The East Antarctic Craton was part of the supercontinent Nena 1.8 billion years ago.During the early Paleozoic Era East A...
Tritylodon
Tritylodon (Greek for 3 cusped tooth) was a genus of tritylodont, one of the most advanced group of cynodont therapsids. They lived in the Early Jurassic and possibly Late Triassic periods along with ...
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List of impact craters in Antarctica
This List of impact craters in Antarctica includes only unconfirmed and theoretical impact sites in Antarctica and the surrounding waters of the Southern Ocean. There are not yet any confirmed impact ...
Kannemeyeria
Kannemeyeria was a large dicynodont of the family Kannemeyeriidae, one of the first representatives of the family, and hence one of the first large herbivores of the Triassic. It lived during the late...
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Ogygopsis
Ogygopsis is a genus of trilobite from the Cambrian of Antarctica and North America, specifically the Burgess Shale. It is the most common fossil in the Mt. Stephen fossil beds there, but rare in othe...
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Mount Kirkpatrick
Mount Kirkpatrick is a lofty, generally ice-free mountain in Antarctica's Queen Alexandra Range. Located 8 km (5 mi) west of Mount Dickerson, Mt. Kirkpatrick is the highest point in the Quee...
Micraster
Micraster is an extinct genus of echinoid from the Late Cretaceous. Its remains have been found in Africa, Antarctica, Europe, and North America. Micraster was an infaunal echinoid living in a burrow...
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Jane Francis
Jane Francis is the current Director of the British Antarctic Survey. She previously worked as Professor of Palaeoclimatology at the University of Leeds where she was Dean of the Faculty of Environmen...
Oxytoma
Oxytoma is an extinct genus of bivalve mollusk that lived from the Late Permian to the early Paleocene with a worldwide distribution except Australia.
Parotosuchus
Parotosuchus is an extinct genus of capitosaurian temnospondyl within the family Mastodonsauridae. Fossils are known from the Early Triassic of Europe, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica. It was about ...
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Cryobatrachus
Cryobatrachus (from Greek, κρύος (krýos, "cold") and βάτραχος (batrakhos, "frog")) is an extinct genus of temnospondyl amphibian from the Early Triassic of Antarctica. The type species is Cryobatrachu...
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Terebratulidae
Terebratulidae is a familia of brachiopods with a fossil record dating back to the Late Devonian.
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Aristonectes
Aristonectes (meaning 'best swimmer') is an extinct genus of plesiosaur from the Late Cretaceous of what is now South America and Antarctica. The type species is Aristonectes parvidens, first named by...
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Thrinaxodon
Thrinaxodon, its name was taken from the Greek θρῖναξ, thrīnax, "trident, three-pronged fork", and ὀδούς/ὀδόντ-,odoús/odónt-, "tooth", in reference to its cheek teeth, albeit with a grammatical error:...
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Osteolepis
Osteolepis ('bone scale') is an extinct genus of lobe-finned fish from the Devonian period. It lived in the Lake Orcadie of northern Scotland. Osteolepis was about 20 centimetres (7.9 in) long, a...
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Kombuisia
Kombuisia is a genus of dicynodont from Early to Middle Triassic (Induan to Anisian) of South Africa and Antarctica. Two species was described for the genus: Kombuisia frerensis (type) and Kombuisia ...
Scenella
Scenella is an extinct genus of fossil invertebrate animal which is generally considered to be a mollusc; at various times it has been suggested that this genus belongs with the gastropods, the monopl...
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Vega Island
57°25′W / 63.833°S 57.417°W / -63.833; -57.417Vega Island is a small island to the northwest of James Ross Island, on the Antarctic Peninsula.
Seymour Island
Seymour Island is an island in the chain of 16 major islands around the tip of the Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsula. Graham Land is the closest part of Antarctica to South America. It lies withi...
Whiteavesia
Whiteavesia is an extinct genus of fossil bivalve mollusks from the Late Ordovician of North and South America.
Archaeospheniscus lopdelli
Lopdell's penguin (Archaeospheniscus lopdelli) was the largest species of the extinct penguin genus Archaeospheniscus, standing about 90-120 cm high, or somewhat less than the extant emperor peng...