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To commemorate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin we have compiled a complete series of natural history images, tracing evolution from the earliest and simplest of life forms like stromatolites through trilobites, ammonites and dinosaurs up to the mammoth.

SUCHOMIMUS & CAULKICEPHALUS

Here in a scene from the early Cretaceous a huge Suchomimus bears down on the pterosaur Caulkicephalus.

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STROMATOLITES

Water debris collects on bacteria colonies to form the first visible sign of life

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TRILOBITE

A segmented eye made trilobites the dominant arthropod for millions of years

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AMMONITES

The fossils of these molluscs are so abundant today, they must have swarmed in the seas in their millions

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CLADOSELACHE SHARK

Sharks have been the dominant ocean predator for nearly 400 million years

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MEGANEURA

Huge insects like the wonderful Meganeura were the first animals to conquer the land

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COCHLEOSAURUS

Big Ammphibians like Cochleosaurus and Egoyrinus evolved from fish to take over the land from the insects

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COLELUROSAURAVS

The first reptiles were by no means primitive as this little glider Colelurosauravus shows

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CETIOSAURUS

Sauropods were the largest of the dinosaurs. Cetiosaurus would have been a common site in the forests of what is now Europe 175 million years ago

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ICHTHEOSAUR

An almost complete fossil of one of these magnificent air breathing reptiles, found by Mary Anning in Dorset kicked off a new field of science paleontology

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TROODON

The Troodon was a small theropod carnivore, it was also very intelligent, having one of the largest brains for its body size of any dinosaur

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MAMMOTH

Just a few thousand years ago herds of mammoth could be seen migrating across Europe, Asia and America as the seasons changed

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