200 Million Years Ago
the super-continent Pangaea ripped apart with massive tectonic activity.
Earthquakes created 100 meter cliffs bordering a deep lowland basin.
A herd of dinosaurs was killed and buried in a landslide.
The Earthquake Dinosaurs site is about the fossilized bones of these animals.
Today the highest tides in the world expose the bones of Canada’s oldest dinosaurs along Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy shoreline. Scientists work to carefully document, collect and protect these fossils. Using new digital 3D scans of the dinosaur bones and earthquake traces, research is exposing the story of these important fossils.
….Join in the discovery.