Coffee cup lid fossil
This small, rounded artefact was found in close proximity to a fossilised head of what we believe to be a descendant of a primitive cat. Dated to the second millennium AD, it is thought that as a result of the string of breathing problems developed by the COVID-19 pandemic, breathing filters, or rather, evolved, or where permanently attached to the bodies of nearly all mammal species. This was in order to survive the incapability of natural organisms to breathe in sufficient amounts of atmospheric oxygen
This common fossil with its distinctive round form, is the remains of a short ossified trunk from the skull of a land animal living during the Mid Anthropocene. The development of external respiratory organs was a common survival adaptation in the oxygen depleted atmosphere that followed the collapse of plant life in the Phytocaust.