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Near Richmond (Queensland) in Australia are two places where fossils can be found. The fossils date from the Toolebuc Formation of the Cretaceous period. Bone material is here relatively common. At the time of deposition the area was a shallow sea.
The organization Kronosaurus Korner provides the search areas and also offers excursions and excavations. See the Website for more information.
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Richmond is located in the north of the Australian state of Queensland between Mount Isa and Townsville. The search sites are about 12 kilometers north of Richmond.Drag the map and zoom in or out for the best view of this locality.
Bivalves, belemnites, bones of fish, shark teeth, bones of turtles, Ichthyosaurus, coprolites of fish and marine reptiles. Ammonites are rare.
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