A group of Bulgarian paleontologists during an expedition in the west of the country discovered the remains of various animals that inhabited this region more than 83 million years ago. This is reported by The Sofia Globe.
Among the most amazing finds – two vertebrae of large reptiles, probably dinosaurs, as well as two more bones that have not yet been identified.
In addition, paleontologists found several large fragments of turtle shells, as well as two partially preserved teeth – one from a crocodile and one from a cartilaginous fish.
Among the fossils of invertebrates, several ticks stand out, one of which is the largest among those found in this place.
Prepared by Serhiy Daga