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 in the old souk of Byblos. Most of its collection comes from the nearby villages of Haqel-Byblos, 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 cephalopod genera, Coccodus, and Ctenothrissa.

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