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Fossils from Lebanon

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Fossils from the cretaceous limestone of Lebanon have been known since the 18th century. Most of them are from the area around Hakel (or "Haquel" or "Haqel") or Hjoula.

The fossils from there are captivating due to their color, condition and diversity, which need not shy away from comparison with other localities (such as Wyoming or Solnhofen). The finds belong to the cenomanium (upper cretaceous) in a stratigraphic manner and are therefore around 100 million years old.


Aipichthys Nemotonotus Eurypholis Cyclobatis

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June 18, 2020: Fossil fishes from Lebanon

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