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Tertiärum

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The TERTIÄRUM - Earth's for young and old In TERTIÄRUM visitors can feel the atmosphere of bygone times downright: Bathed in red glowing light tells the impressive exhibition of game birds and cormorants, carp-like fish, newts and crocodiles and many other creatures. Over the past 30 years paleontologists animals and plants have conscientiously excavated, prepared and stored. Most fossils - especially the famous Stöffel mouse are very well preserved and have scientists provides deep insights into the era Tertiary. Thanks to the Journal finds the forest at Stöffel Lake could be reconstructed. So it was possible to trace the habitat of the animals very exactly 25 million years before our time. Questions, questions But even as you are amazed, already pushing to the first question: How are fossils at all? And how do you know how old they are? How did the Stöffel mouse came into the lake? In this and many other questions can be found in the visitors TERTIÄRUM easily understandable and scientifically
The TERTIÄRUM - Earth's for young and old In TERTIÄRUM visitors can feel the atmosphere of bygone times downright: Bathed in red glowing light tells the impressive exhibition of game birds and cormorants, carp-like fish, newts and crocodiles and many other creatures. Over the past 30 years paleontologists animals and plants have conscientiously excavated, prepared and stored. Most fossils - especially the famous Stöffel mouse are very well preserved and have scientists provides deep insights into the era Tertiary. Thanks to the Journal finds the forest at Stöffel Lake could be reconstructed. So it was possible to trace the habitat of the animals very exactly 25 million years before our time. Questions, questions But even as you are amazed, already pushing to the first question: How are fossils at all? And how do you know how old they are? How did the Stöffel mouse came into the lake? In this and many other questions can be found in the visitors TERTIÄRUM easily understandable and scientifically

Opening hours

March to October Mon-Thu: 10 am to 5 pm; Fri-Sun and public holidays: 10 am to 6 pm.

Address: Stöffel Park, Stöffelstraße, 57647 Enspel, info: www.stoeffelpark.de

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Tertiärum

Stöffelstraße 
57647 Enspel
Phone (0049)26619809800

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