Fossil show and tell

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See my image.... there are heaps of fossil impressions on the cliff rocks of the Lake Maraboon. Many are impressions of soft jellyfish, some worm like creatures and others I can't work out.
However, I found these at the low water area in April 21 - by now they would be under a huge amount of water (thus protected).
More photos of fossilised soft body 'sea' creatures from the cliffs of Lake Maraboon.
 

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Ha. Sorry Goldirocks, I mistook it for slang for Australia 😉 I don't think so. I have found Ostrea-like but curvy bivalve fossils many years ago, but they were up north of Yuleba and Roma.
 

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