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Fossil fish going after fossil fish hook : Stock Illustration
Knightia eocaena, a prehistoric type of herring is the state fossil of Wyoming. These came from the Green River Formation in Wyoming. This illustrates a crowd going after the same prize.

Fossil fish going after fossil fish hook

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Knightia eocaena, a prehistoric type of herring is the state fossil of Wyoming. These came from the Green River Formation in Wyoming. This illustrates a crowd going after the same prize.
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