Unique Fossil Find at Pittsburgh International Airport

Pittsburgh International Airport travelers will be surprised to know that a 300 million year old fossil was found right at their very airport! According to FOXNews.com, the fossil of a meat eating amphibian was found on the land owned by Federal Express by the Pittsburgh International Airport. The fossil has been named Fedexia striegeli after FedEx and also after Adam Striegel, the undergraduate University of Pittsburgh student who made the amazing and unique find. What an interesting thing to find at the airport.

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2 Comments

Charlotte Robinson

about 6 months ago

Very convenient and inexpensive way to park.

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Rebecca

about 6 months ago

Glad to hear it, Charlotte!

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