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VILLERS-SUR-MER Le Paléospace > April 4th to March 7th

TEMPORARY EXHIBITION: "DINOSAURS - DISCOVERIES MADE IN FRANCE"
Paleontologists discover every year very rare and remarkable fossil bones in the extraordinary excavation site of Angeac-Charente, in France. This fun illustrated exhibition shows fossils that have recently been brought to light.

About 140 million years ago, the Charente region was covered with marshes, lagoons and rivers at the bottom of which the fauna and flora of the time fossilized. The exhibition reproduces the atmosphere of a marsh of the Cretacious period: 3D observation of crocodiles, turtles, fish, reptiles and dinosaurs that used to inhabit the region. Among them, a sauropod dinosaur, considered as one of the largest species in the world.

In partnership with the museum of Angoulême and the Paléocharente association.