The Miguasha fossil beds at Nouvelle, Quebec, were discovered in 1842. Starting in the 1880s, thousands of fossil specimens were collected and shipped to museums and universities around the world, helping to confirm the site’s scientific importance. -Canada World Heritage Site
Ammonite, Sinémurien, Grande Bretagne (195 - 190 MA)
This Bristolia bristolensis (sagittal length: 44mm; total length: 83mm) is one of the most complete and well preserved ever found. It comes from the Lower Cambrian Pioche Formation of western Nevada.
Mirny Diamond Mine The diamond mind in Mirny, Russia, a small town in eastern Siberia, is the second largest man-made hole in the world. At 1,722 meters deep, it takes one hour to drive to the bottom.