Ink found in Jurassic-era squid
By T.K. Randall
August 20, 2009 · 2 comments
Image Credit: Clark Anderson
Palaeontologists have managed to extract ink from a fossilised squid and used it to draw with, the fossil is believed to be 150 million years old placing the creature in the world's oceans during the Jurassic era.
Palaeontologists have drawn with ink extracted from a preserved fossilised squid uncovered during a dig in Trowbridge, Wiltshire. The fossil, thought to be 150 million years old, was found when a rock was cracked open, revealing the one-inch-long black ink sac.
Source: BBC News
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