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micro-scopic:

Ginkgo Leaf
Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) is a common ornamental plant that is considered to be a living fossil. Also called the maidenhair tree, it is a deciduous gymnosperm (related to pine trees and cycads) that is the only living representative of the order Ginkgoales, once a widespread, dominant group of plants. Most members of this order are known only by their fossils, which date back to the Permian period, 286 to 245 million years ago. Fossil leaves similar to the living Ginkgo have been dated back to the Jurassic period, 208 to 144 million years ago. These fossils have been described from such geographically separated areas as Australia, western North America, Mongolia, Alaska, England, and central Europe.

micro-scopic:

Ginkgo Leaf

Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) is a common ornamental plant that is considered to be a living fossil. Also called the maidenhair tree, it is a deciduous gymnosperm (related to pine trees and cycads) that is the only living representative of the order Ginkgoales, once a widespread, dominant group of plants. Most members of this order are known only by their fossils, which date back to the Permian period, 286 to 245 million years ago. Fossil leaves similar to the living Ginkgo have been dated back to the Jurassic period, 208 to 144 million years ago. These fossils have been described from such geographically separated areas as Australia, western North America, Mongolia, Alaska, England, and central Europe.

zealoptics:

Mountain Magazine recently sat down with ZEAL Ambassador Anton Krupicka to delve into his unrelenting drive to explore more. Catch the full story HERE.

zealoptics:

Mountain Magazine recently sat down with ZEAL Ambassador Anton Krupicka to delve into his unrelenting drive to explore more. Catch the full story HERE.

neaq:

Axolotl: These animals are part of the Live Animal Presentation troupe, and they’re completely adorable. Come to the Aquarium and you might just meet an amphibian with a grin.