The Fossil Record is the story of Earth’s epic that unfolded over billions of years. It could be likened to a movie of the history of life across all geological time. However, only a small fraction of the film’s frames was preserved. Priscacara is an extinct genus of perch from the middle Eocene, characterized by a sunfish-like body and stout dorsal and anal spines. Mass deaths of Priscacara suggest it formed schools. This striking piece of natural fossil art contains a right-facing Priscacara.