Dinosaur Traces Were Reportedly Found In Mount Lebanon

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The Directorate General of Antiquities in the Ministry of Culture wrote to the Governor of Mount Lebanon, Mohammed Makawi, informing him of the discovery of a geological landmark of dinosaur traces in the towns of Ghosta and Batha.

In the letter, the Directorate noted that dinosaur relics extend along a wall stretching over 500 meters and date back to about 125 million years ago.

The Director-General of Antiquities at the Ministry of Culture, Sarkis El-Khoury, confirmed to Al-Jadeed that “there are no dinosaurs in Ghosta, but there are traces of their traces, which indicate that they passed through the aforementioned area.”

Al-Khoury added that the letter aims to alert the aforementioned municipality to preserve the place and to allow future research in the area.

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Dinosaur Traces Were Reportedly Found In Mount Lebanon

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