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This relatively complete skull of an amphibian was excavated from Mid-Triassic layers of the Transantarctic Mountains, in Antarctica. It's fascinating to see that this large landmass mostly covered in ice contains a fossil record indicative of very different conditions than the present glacial environment. Specimen, about half meter in size, on display at The Chicago Field Museum of Natural History.