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The Burgess Shale

This object is in British Columbia where many fossils were discovered.

Walcott's Quarry

This place was built in order to uncover the fossils located there.

The Canadian Rockies

This place extends over many miles in British Columbia.

The Smithsonian Institute

Walcott became the Secretary of this large complex in 1907.

Cambridge

This place is where Whittington did most of his original research.

The Cambrian Era

The beginning of this time period was marked by the explosion of multi-celluar life forms 570 million years ago.

The Burgess Fauna

This is a range of animal species located in British Columbia.

Burgess Fossils

These are the remains of the range of animal species located in British Columbia.

Reconstruction Methods

These were used by pioneers to create three dimensional representations of fossils.

Arthropod Appendages

Whittington expected to find these on fossils he was studying.

Walcott's Diary

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