At the Belgian coast near Oostende sometimes Pleistocene (part of the Quaternary period) fossils can be found.
The fossils can be found mainly in the winter months between the massive amounts of washed ashore recent shells.
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Beach at Oostende.
Added by: Michael_09 on 28-03-2012
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Oostende is located at the beach in the west of Belgium. The Oosterstaketsen beach is located near the Fort Napoleon.
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Various bones of mammals (i.e. deer, wild pig), fish vertabrae and more.
There are 6 photographs of fossils from this location in our Fossil ID System.
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Society: Guapo Team Belgium
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