Polish paleontologists have found what could be the world’s oldest fossil turtle. The Proterochersis robusta specimen has been dated to around 215million years old, a turtle that lived at the same time as dinosaurs.
The team also uncovered a second set of remains in southern Poland, of a species that is thought previously unknown. This could be a great find to help understand more about turtle evolution.
See the video below (BBC on youtube) or click the link to go to the original release.