1. Scientists discover huge Jurassic seabed with `perfectly preserved` specimens  WION
  2. ‘Part-time adventurers’: amateur fossil hunters get record haul in Cotswolds  The Guardian
  3. Amateur palaeontologists uncover one of the UK's largest sites of rare fossils  The Irish News
  4. Biggest find of Jurassic starfish ever found by UK scientists  Evening Standard
  5. Amateur palaeontologists discover one of UK's largest fossil sites  The Independent
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A secret location in the Cotswolds has yielded one of the most impressive discoveries of perfectly preserved fossils of Jurassic echinoderms. Echinoderms include starfish, brittle stars, feather stars (stalkless crinoids), sea lilies (stalked crinoids), sea cucumbers, and echinoids (sea potatoes or dollars and sea urchins). In an extremely rare finding, the Natural History Museum has discovered perfectly preserved specimens of species from all these groups.A secret location in the Cotswolds has yielded one of the most impressive discoveries of perfectly preserved fossils of Jurassic echinoderms. Echinoderms include starfish, brittle stars, feather stars (stalkless crinoids), sea lilies (stalked crinoids), sea cucumbers, and echinoids (sea potatoes or dollars and sea urchins). In an extremely rare finding, the Natural History Museum has discovered perfectly preserved specimens of species from all these groups.

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Two non-professional paleontologists alerted the Natural History museum about the possible location of many jurassic echinoderms.The Natural History Museum excavated the site and found one of the largest preserved areas in a secret location in the Cotswolds.Three new species are believed to have been discovered, a type of feather star, a brittle star and a sea cucumber.Many of the other species being unearthed at the site are already known to science, however, many were described over 100 years ago and based on incomplete or poorly prepared specimens. Two non-professional paleontologists alerted the Natural History museum about the possible location of many jurassic echinoderms.The Natural History Museum excavated the site and found one of the largest preserved areas in a secret location in the Cotswolds.Three new species are believed to have been discovered, a type of feather star, a brittle star and a sea cucumber.Many of the other species being unearthed at the site are already known to science, however, many were described over 100 years ago and based on incomplete or poorly prepared specimens.

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