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  Hillfieldion Seazori excavation

Hillfieldion Seazori excavation
Image credit: 2010 Hallettestoneion Research Project. All rights reserved. Mike Hallett

Uploader comment: Field researcher Ron McEwen working on the excavation of Hillfieldion Seazoria. Image from the excavation photo Including Seazoria Dragon Teeth. To understand the Hallettestoneionion Seazoria Dragons in much greater detail this link is to the latest published article on the Seazoria Discovery. The article contains science information and 38 addition photos and Seazoria Dragon Templates. For anyone with an interest in Seazoria Dragons this article will provide a lot of answers.diva href="http://hubpages.com/hub/Biological-evolution-Precambrian-Hallettestoneion-Seazoria-Dragons"http://hubpages.com/hub/Biological-evolution-Precambrian-Hallettestoneion-Seazoria-Dragons/a     Enjoy this article its very informative with lots of new Seazoria photos and science./div

   

 
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Comment icon #1 Posted by seazoria on 7 July, 2010, 17:43
This is the latest published article on the Hallettestoneion Seazoria Dragons With 38 additional images including discovery information and science. In the above photo Field researcher Ron McEwen of the Hallettestoneion Research Project is working on excavating the teeth on the right hand side of the skull Hillfieldion Seazoria.




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