Fossil discovery gives a rare glimpse of the prehistoric ecosystem of the world. Lately, a fossil has been discovered in Utah that shows the type of prey, predators feasted upon, back in the era of dinosaurs and when the south eastern part of Utah was a desert like it is presently.
Palaeontologists in Utah have found a clump of amphibian bone which suggests someone’s vomit, believed to be about 150 million years ago. The research was conducted by the palaeontologists the Utah Geological Survey and the Flying Heritage and Combat Museum. All of their findings have been published in the Palaios journal in the month of August.
Findings of ancient plant species shows the region which is a desert now was once an area full of water bodies like ponds, lakes, etc. However, the team of palaeontologists recently found a strangely placed fossil during their survey. The smallest documented salamander specimen from the formation was a pile of bones that contained elements of at least one frog, according to the authors of the study. These bones were among the smallest in the formation