Graptolites now in our museum

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GREAT FOSSIL FINDS. Local Castlemaine guide Bob Willmer (above left) got the award for finding the best fossil of the day on our grade 11 & 12 High School trip with his magnificent cluster of graptolites (above right), which are now in our Creation Research Museum. Graptolites seem to be extinct, and seem to have been like a floating coral. They are usually named depending on how many "arms" they have. Monograps have one arm - digraps have two etc.

 
 
 

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