A picture is worth a thousand miles not traveled to measure the fossil of an ancient sea creature
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The body size of ancient creatures, bivalves and brachiopods, could tell geoscientists a lot about the creatures' life history and about the ecology of the times in which they lived. However, traveling the world to measure these creatures' fossils would take several life-times and more travel funds than scientists usually have.
- Virginia Tech News