SOLNHOFEN RESEARCH over three days (fitted between 3 nights of meetings in Munich) enabled David Keep and John Mackay and helpers to survey fossils in a 20 m (65’) thick section of one quarry in the famous Solnhofen area noted for the Jurassic fossil Archaeopteryx. In the 3 days we were also able to collect fossils of at least 400 feather star crinoids, 1 spiny lobster, I perfectly preserved shrimp, 1 Cyprus pine branch, 1 fern stem, 1 cockroach, 1 jelly fish fossil 15 cm (6”) across, 1 herring, many small nautilus type shells, 1 cycad branch with leaves, plus lots of photos.. Most specimens came from a section of fine limey shale layers (some paper thin) in the top 8 m we investigated. The jelly fish alone establishes this area was rapidly deposited and any argument the area took millions of years to be laid down is nonsense. To see Photos CLICK HERE.
The trip also made it possible for us to see originals of at least 3 specimens of Archaeopteryx. What surprised us most was the apparent absence of wing feathers on the 3 specimens. Local authorities claim there are now a total of 9 known specimens. (ref. bird, dinosaur, )

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