Archaeopteryx lithographica (with feathers)


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Archaeopteryx lithographica is the world’s first known bird found in Jurassic (145 million years old) limestone from Solnhofen, Germany. This is the “Berlin” specimen. Its jaws have teeth as opposed to a horny beak. This carefully painted cast of the famous 1877 fossil is 19 inches long and 15 inches wide.