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It's carpet beetle larvae. It's a serious pest, right behind the bedbug. The larvae were found on an old mattress. I found about 4 more afterwards.
It's quite hard to answer this question and the best would be to follow a flora, which I'll not just copy informations from to past here. So following are general observations subject to numerous exceptions. Hieracium generally have lanceolate to oval leaves, not or little toothed, most hairy. Crepis and Leontodon have generally Taraxacum-like leaves, that ...
[Not really a precise answer (and I'm not a botanist after all).] It's likely a lycopodiophyte. Looks like a Huperzia species, but it's impossible to tell exactly from the provided photo [if the species is not familiar, of course]. Of great help would be general appearance of the plant and form of sporangia. You can try this key: Lycopodiaceae of North ...
Thanks to @Satwik's tip about google image search, I was able to figure out that the animal in question is a Viscacha. Though the source answer is thanks to reddit, so take that as you will. Viscachas or vizcachas are rodents of two genera (Lagidium and Lagostomus) in the family Chinchillidae. They are closely related to chinchillas, and look similar to ...
The front part of the fish looks like part of the cranium of a fish. I'd bet that the tusks have been "made" by removing some bones in the middle. Well, after having looked at the links given by Remi.b, it seems that it's not even necessary to remove bones. This is probably a Peristediidae. You can find some images on fishbase
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