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Gotland is a Swedish island in the Baltic sea. It is a paradise for fossil collectors. The island consists of slightly dipping limestone and marl layers from the Silurian period. There are several books about the fossils and geology of Gotland.
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The rocky cost near Bürge at the westcoast of Gotland
Added by: gerzev on 13-03-2012
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You can reach the island by boat from the Swedish mainland. You can find fossils in most parts of the island. Sometimes you can see entire fossil reefs! The best places to look for fossils are located at the coastline. The marl layers north of Visby are highly fossilferous.Drag the map and zoom in or out for the best view of this locality.
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