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This vertical Accent mural was quarried from our "Fossil Lake" stone layer, a light beige limestone layer, known for its exceptional fossil preservation. The fossils include a rare Pheriodus testis and an ancient Piranha-like predator fish. The mural also includes a small Diplomystus dentatus and a small Knightia eocaena. In the center of the mural one can see thin vertial marks along the length of the mural. These are trackways created by the fins of ancient fish as they swam along the soft sandy bottom of Fossil Lake. The age of the fossil is 50 million years old. It was unearthed from our private quarry in southwestern Wyoming. The mural is supplied framed in a hand-made Wenge wood frame, backed in wood with a two-part French cleat on the back for easy hanginig.