Byblos Fossil Museum

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The Byblos Fossil Museum (aka Memory of Time) is a museum in Byblos, Lebanon. This museum contains fossil collections[1] of sharks, eels, shrimps, squids, rays, coelacanthes and flying fish. It was opened in 1991 and is located in the old souk of Byblos. Most of its collection comes from the nearby villages of Haqel, Hjula, and Ennammoura.

Bony fish fossils[edit]

Some of the bony fish fossil genera that can be seen at the museum are: apateopholis, belonostomus, the Cephalophods, coccodus, and ctenothrissa.

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