Miguasha Fossil Site

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“The coastal cliffs of Miguasha are Upper Devonian strata of grey sedimentary rock. They are composed of alternating layers of sandstone and shale, which are 350–375 million years old. Their fossils display a crucial time during the evolution of life on Earth.” More on Wikipedia.