This spectacular gathering of fossils was found in the petrified sediments of a huge 50 million years
old sweet water lake in Wyoming. An unbroken fossil containing plate of this size is extraordinary rare.
The warm toned mural displays incomparable large and incredibly well preserved relatives of the modern day herrings and perches.
Diplomystus dentatus, Priscacara serrata, Knightia eocena are the rusty-hued fossil fishes in the sand-coloured marine sediment matrix, which
blend in harmoniously with any architectonic context.
Age: Eocene, approximately 50 million years old
Measures: width 181cm/71,26", height 272 cm/107.09"
Provenance: Kemmerer, Western Lincoln County, Wyoming, USA