Brachiopods and bivalves.

Here are some photographs of Permian (298-251 million years old) fossils of sea floor dwelling creatures. These are quite rare in this area, so hopefully these can be precisely identified which will aid in constraining the age for the surrounding rocks.

Fun fact!

Brachiopods were dominant species over the bivalves for hundreds of millions of years, however after Permian-Triassic extinction bivalves dominated the seas and still do so to this day.

Photos taken in the remote northern New South Wales, Australia.

The HSPizza 👀… yes, there are chips on this one 🙌👌😭🍟

Red Sparrow Pizza

Collingwood - Melbourne - Australia


Reblog if you like Australia and if you think this is one of the cutest things ever

(Actual photo I took of a quokka)


I’m just kinda hoping to find a fellow Australian to talk to in these websites. Most of my friends on these websites are from the USA T-T T-T


Overhang #marineexplorer #GSRfieldtrip #UNSWbees by John Turnbull
Via Flickr:
Cape Banks

Ok I was scrolling through b99 quotes (because that’s what I do with my sad life) and found this:

This is so disrespectful I can’t even.

My fellow Australians please help because as much as I love Gina she literally disrespected our god and it is not ok

Rip Steve 🙏😖😭💞

If you don’t understand, reblog this anyway, just show care for your Australian followers