How did fossil fishes and plants live on our planet 378 million years ago? You’ll find out when you visit Parc national de Miguasha, a real gem in Québec’s park system. The park is a unique piece of our natural heritage, fascinating young and old alike with its unusually well-preserved fossils and the light it sheds on a key stage in evolution. Its scientific renown persuaded UNESCO to add Miguasha Park to the World Heritage List in November 1999.
Website: Miguasha National Park