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Archaeopteryx bavarica, Munich or Solnhofen-Aktien-Verein specimen, found in 1992, Bavaria, Germany; photo taken October 2, 2005 at the Paläontologisches Museum, München, Germany by Luidger, and released under the terms of the Creative Commons license 3.0 [1].


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