A fossilized arm bone from a ginormous prehistoric turtle discovered 163 years ago has been reunited with its lower half. A paleontologist quite literally stumbled upon the other half while fossil hunting for shark teeth in New Jersey.
Here’s what the turtle would’ve looked like next to a person:
“When we put the two halves together, we were flabbergasted,” Drexel University’s Dr. Ted Daeschler told the BBC. “We said no, ‘that can’t be!’ We even turned them around trying to show they didn’t match, but they were meant to be together.”
Well, it be, alright. Unbelievable!