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Teen reveals 34 million-year-old whale cranium on her household’s Alabama timber farm

An Alabama highschool scholar and her trainer have found the fossilized stays of a whale that lived 34 million years in the past. The creature is believed to be a carnivorous whale that lived through the Eocene epoch (56 million to 33.9 million years in the past) — a time when sea ranges had been greater and the state was submerged by a shallow ocean. 

Lindsey Stallworth, 16, and Andrew Gentry, an evolutionary biologist and trainer on the Alabama Faculty of Arithmetic and Science, had been digging on Stallworth’s household’s timber property in Monroe County as a part of a summer time college undertaking, with Stallworth having beforehand discovered fossilized shark tooth there.

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