Beautiful pieces of the' Dastilbe fish' or' carp fish'.
125 million years old
These fish lived in the cretaceous period and are about 125 million years old. They are found in the limestone quarries of Nova Olinda in Brazil. The quarries mainly extract laminated limestone, which are thin slabs used as tiles.
Extinct Dastilbe fish
The Dastible fish is an extinct genus of the bony fish and could reach between 25 to 60 millimetres in length. From the sea they travelled inland via rivers to mate. The large specimens ate smaller fish and presumably also each other.