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Geological Heritage & Fossil Record
"When the community understands the beneficial role of geotourism, it becomes an incentive for wise destination stewardship...Enthusiastic visitors bring new knowledge home, telling stories that send friends and relatives off to experience the same thing—a continuing business for the destination".
Source: National Geographic
Middle Ordovician slate lagerstätte from the Darriwilian Age with several of the world’s largest and social species of trilobites.
The Świętokrzyskie Mountains or Holy Cross Mountains in Poland where the evolutionary fossil record of early terrestrial tetrapod's has been rewritten.
The Joggins Fossil Cliffs are often described as the “coal age Galápagos” due to their wealth of fossils dating back to the Carboniferous Period
The Tete Province Fossil Forest of Mozambique the most extensive area of Late Permian Conifers as well as Cycads and Ferns unearthed in Africa.
The Géoparc de Haute-Provence Lower Jurassic Ammonite Wall or Dalle à ammonites of Digne-Les-Bains.