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Fossil fish can be seen in the fine layering (strata) in the limy mudstone of Caithness. The fish died approximately 370 million years ago, during the Devonian period. | by Shandchem
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Fossil fish can be seen in the fine layering (strata) in the limy mudstone of Caithness. The fish died approximately 370 million years ago, during the Devonian period.

Fossil fish cane be seen in the fine layering (strata) in the limy mudstone of Caithness. The fish died approximately 370 million years ago, during the Devonian period. A massive lake called Lake Orcadia covered the north-east of Scotland and the orkney Isles during the Devonian.

 

Photographed between the Trinkie and the Coastguard quarry south of Wick.

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Taken on April 14, 2010