Mercury concentrations in terrestrial fossil vertebrates from the Bauru Group (Upper Cretaceous), Brazil and implications for vertebrate paleontology
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Highlights•Fossils of Baurusuchidae present relatively high quantities of natural Hg.•Adult Baurusuchidae have about 30% more Hg than juvenile ones.•Volcanic activities and igneous rocks provided the Hg found in fossils.

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