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Hadrosaur Skin Impression 2: You're Aging Well

This miraculously-preserved specimen helps us understand what dinosaurs looked like on the outside.

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Marina Madrone: Forest Fox

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Marina Madrone: Forest Fox

Sensuously smooth bark, dark green, lustrous leaves, and honey scented flowers make this one floral eye candy.

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Nature Gardens

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Carnivore Tooth 2: A Little Dino Dynamo

Look closely to see this tooth's serrated edges

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Yellow Flowering Currant 7

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Yellow Flowering Currant 7

The plant’s nectar is a popular palate pleaser for hummingbirds and other winged drinkers.

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Thin-Shelled Titanosauria: Egg Shell Fragment

This 80-million-year-old shell was discovered in Neuquen, Argentina and belonged to a giant long-necked dino.

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Edmontosaurus Vertebra

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Edmontosaurus Vertebra

This large neck bone belonged to one of the quintessential duck-billed dinosaurs, the Edmontosaurus.

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Arroyo Willow 2: Nature's Nurse

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Arroyo Willow 2: Nature's Nurse

Thank this plant and its gnarly roots for the acid used to make aspirin.

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Ladies' Fingers Dudleya: Best Manicure Award

This SoCal succulent has rose-tipped digits and likes to sunbathe only in the best locales.

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Turtle Fossil Shell: Staying Power

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Turtle Fossil Shell: Staying Power

Turtles thrived in prehistoric subtropical climates—living along with the last of the large dinosaurs.

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Thick-Shelled Titanosauria: Egg Shell Fragment

This dinosaur would have grown to be among the heaviest creatures to walk the Earth.

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Kew Quarry Slab: Fossil Finds From Ventura

This fossil treasure contains an ancient land tortoise shell, as well as rhinoceros skull and limb bones.

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Age of Mammals

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Lemon Tree: Traveling Tart

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Lemon Tree: Traveling Tart

Spanish missionaries carted these vitamin C carriers to Southern California, where citrus barons turned the yellow fruit into gold.

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Theropod Toe: The Three-Toed Clue

One of the features scientists believe link theropod dinosaurs to birds is a three-toed foot.

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Nova Agave 9: Living Sculpture

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Nova Agave 9: Living Sculpture

Protected by leathery leaves and spines, this plant also has a delicate side—a gorgeous six-foot flower spike.

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Ceratosaurus Tibia

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Ceratosaurus Tibia

As nice and shapely as its legs were, the Ceratosaurus was named for the horn on its nose.

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T. rex Toe Bone: Cat Walk

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T. rex Toe Bone: Cat Walk

A bit like a cat, the T. rex was a digitigrade, which means it walked on its toes.

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"Equestrian Portrait of Don Vicente Lugo"

Lugo, painted here by Henri Joseph Penelon, was an early Los Angeles land owner and accomplished horseman.

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Becoming Los Angeles

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