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Category:Mazon Creek fossil beds

English: Mazon Creek is a term for fossils in ironstone concretions found near Morris, Illinois, USA. Found in the Francis Creek Formation, the fossils date to the Pennsylvanian in the upper Carboniferous
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97001272
Mazon Creek 
place in Illinois on the National Register of Historic Places
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Instance of paleontological site
LocationGrundy County, Illinois
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41° 19′ 15.6″ N, 88° 20′ 45.6″ W

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Mazon Creek (it); Fossiles de Mazon Creek (fr); Mazon Creek (fi); Mazon Creek (en); Mazon Creek (pl); Mazon Creek (nl) site paléontologique de l'Illinois (fr); place in Illinois on the National Register of Historic Places (en) Formation Mazon Creek (fr); Mazon Creek fossil beds (en)

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