In the Montour Preserve in Danville is a special place set up where you can collect fossils. Shale in the so-called Montour Fossil Pit dates from the Devonian period and contains several types of marine fossils. See also the Website of the park.
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Danville is located in the center of the state of Pennsylvania. The reserve is located north of the town.
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Brachiopods, bryozoa, corals, crinoids and trilobites.
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Other locations in the area
Fossil location: Mount Pleasant Mills
Fossil location: St. Clair Pennsylvania
Mineral location: Meckley quarry
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