Sifting Through The Red Earth At Miguasha National Park

A treasure trove of fossils and history in the Gaspé Peninsula. By Sheila O’Connor When Swedish paleontologist Erik Jarvik came to the area now known as Miguasha National Park in 1880, he spent 60 years studying the “Prince Fish,” or the eusthenopteron foordi, considered to be the evolutionary link between fish and humans. His first…

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