Dravite Tourmaline – Yinnietharra Station

Yinnietharra, Upper Gascoyne Shire, Western Australia. Tourmaline is the name given to a large group of boron silicate minerals that share a common prismatic crystal structure and similar physical properties. This crystalline boron silicate mineral can be found compounded with elements such as aluminium, magnesium, iron, potassium, and lithium.  Dravite tourmaline has a composition of …

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JIMBACRINUS BOSTOCKI

NAME: Jimbacrinus Bostocki LOCALITY:  Cundlego Formation, Gasgoyne Junction, Jimba Jimba Station, Carnarvon, Western Australia.  AGE: PERMIAN The Jimbacrinus bostocki is a crinoid. Crinoids are marine animals (not plants), with this particular species inhabiting the deep-sea seafloor. As the crinoids belong to the Echinoderm phylum, it is related to starfish, brittle stars and sea urchins. Crinoids …

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Manufactoring Models of Australovenator

Australovenator wintonensis, Australia’s iconic theropod, roamed the land in the Late Cretaceous. Evidence of this predator ferocity is found most famously in the Lark Quarry Trackway near Winton, Queensland, which preserves a stampede of hundreds of dinosaur thought to have been running away at great speed as an Australovenator descended upon a watering hole to …

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