Bijzondere vindplaatsen: Oeningen
Cranium , Volume 8 - Issue 2 p. 71- 76
For nearly 400 years fossils have been found in pits near the Southern German village Oeningen. These fossils of mammals, fishes leaves and insects provide a beautiful picture of the Mid-Miocene environment. Oeningen played an important role in the development of paleontology, as the locality was already known in the 16th century.
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