March 2019 fossil of the month: An extinct specie called cocodus had twisted teeth that were used to eat corals.
The preparation of this specimen in the fossil lab took days of hard work and the head can be clearly seen in 3D
Welcome to the amazing world of fossils, the witnesses of life's history and evolution, the infallible memory of time, and the object of a passion that we would love to share with you....
Our exhibition can go back in time 100 million years with our largest collection of fossils extracted from Haqil, Hgula and Ennamoura; three villages internationally known for their rich quarries of fossils, fish, crustaceans and plants, and for their unique species highly conserved in the world.
The exhibition is open to the public throughout the week from Winter: 9 am to 6 pm / Summer: 9 am to 8 pm , for free. Visitors are entitled to all kinds of information related to the studied and exhibited pieces.
*Winter: 9 am to 6 pm / Summer: 9 am to 8 pm
Lebanon is not a mere country; it is a “message”! It is the crossroad of cultures, religions and civilizations.
It is from our territory that emerged one of the most important elements of the documentary heritage, presenting a universal interest, which is the Phoenician alphabet.
It is from our shores that sailed vessels loaded with everything that could be traded or sold, and have assured the quasi-monopoly of the Mediterranean commerce for centuries.