File:The Childrens Museum of Indianapolis - Miocene crab.jpg
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|Description||A Miocene crab Tumidocarcinus giganteus in the permanent collection of The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis|
|Object history||“Geologists often walk along rocky beaches near the town of Glenafric on the South Island of New Zealand. These scientists look for large gray rocks called concretions. When one of these rocks is located it is first gently examined, and then promptly given a resounding blow with a hammer. Often just a single strike is enough to break the rock apart to reveal the fossil remains of a large fossil crab inside. These crabs are known as Tumidocarcinus giganteus and are over 12 million years old.” The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, IMCPL Digital Collections|
|References||Artifact description: Artifacts at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indianapolis Marion County Public Library, IMCPL Digital Collections|
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|This image was provided to Wikimedia Commons by The Children's Museum of Indianapolis as part of an ongoing cooperative project. The artifact represented in the image is part of the permanent collection of The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.
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|Attribution: The Children's Museum of Indianapolis|
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|Camera model||Canon EOS-1D|
|Copyright holder||Photo by Wendy Kaveney|
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|ISO speed rating||200|
|Date and time of data generation||14:38, 19 July 2004|
|Lens focal length||43 mm|
|Horizontal resolution||300 dpi|
|Vertical resolution||300 dpi|
|Software used||Adobe Photoshop CS Windows|
|File change date and time||15:31, 22 July 2004|
|Date and time of digitizing||14:38, 19 July 2004|
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|Exposure mode||Manual exposure|
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|Scene capture type||Standard|
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