Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Pathway dinosaur fossils in Gujarat's Jurassic belt

It's more than rare beauty that charm your interest as you drive mounting on the black hills of Kala Dungar, a fine 120 km from the nearby town of Bhuj in western India. The place, at 1,800 feet over sea level, has turn into a hunting ground for archaeologists who have discovered the fossils of dinosaurs at this point, important them to name it the Jurassic belt. With the continuously white desert of the Rann of Kutch beneath, these hills, completed up usually of sugar cube look-alike rocks, are coffers of the earth's past. Plans are now on to build up the place into a dinosaur fossil park instantly.

Number of dinosaur fossils have been found in this region which have been authentic by the Geological Survey of India (GSI) and the Zoological Survey of India (ZSI).Discussion are on to decide on make available Rs.120 million for the park.

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