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Foraminifera are a deep-sea life form and hard to discern by the naked eye (size of a sand grain). They are very sensitive to
physical and chemical environmental changes and
therefore, are ideal indicators for paleoceanographic
and paleoclimatic history of the Earth.

They are older then dinosaurs and can tell us the sea level, temperature, and ocean conditions of the Earth millions of years ago.

Artwork A3
Water-soluble Graphite

This artwork was selected for the ‘Artists for conservation Virtual Show 2022’ and book print