Tendaguru Paleontological Site
Tendaguru Paleontological Site (TPS) is part of the Tentative list of Tanzania in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
The Tendaguru Paleontological Site is where some of the most important fossil specimens were found from the “Age of Dinosaurs”. The area also was home to one of the largest Dinosaurs ever to live in Africa: Giraffatitan brancai. The fossils have been preserved in the sandstone rock formation. Findings uncovered by a German archaeological excavation team in the early 20th century, are in the Berlin Natural History Museum.
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2022 Added to Tentative List
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