On Nova Scotia's Bay of Fundy coast the Joggins Fossil Cliffs have attracted scientists, visitors and geology enthusiasts from around the world, for over a hundred and fifty years. It was selected as a UNESCO World Heritage. You can stroll the beach for a glimpse of life on earth 300 million years ago. With Over 15kms of coastal cliffs, you can explore the fossil records from when lush forest covered Joggins as well as much of the rest of the world. Plants, footprints, insects and the ancestors of the dinosaurs are all represented in fossils exposed by the amazing force of the world's highest tides. The interpretive centre showcases fossils of plant and animal life and offers guided tours.
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