Fossil ribs found at Double Mouth, East Cape

Double Mouth Nature Reserve is well known to palaeontologists for producing fossil bones – a recent find by the East London Museum (Saturday 20th August 2011) has revealed a well preserved rib-cage segment of a small reptilian animal. The find is in one of the assemblage zones of the Beaufort Group of rock of the Karoo Supergroup.

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