Members of the expedition get some initial prep work done on some of the material we collected over the past few days.
More prep work, this time at Museo Paleontológico de Caldera. Cony and Carolina talk about fossil billfishes, while Ana and David are busy preparing pinniped material.
Neogene badlands of the Atacama, even with less plant life than the ones I visited earlier in the year in Baja California Sur. In stark contrast with what I usually deal with in Puerto Rico.
One of several shark teeth we found. This one hints at the age of the deposit.
One last view of the Atacama, as the sun settled and we headed back to Caldera and to Santiago the next morning.
The trip is not over, more to come, so stay tuned!
Go read previous installments of this series: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.
Also, go see Nick's here, here, here and here.
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