Thiruvakkarai Fossil Wood Park-Geoheritage site
Thiruvakkarai, Tamil Nadu 605501, India
About Thiruvakkarai Fossil Wood Park-Geoheritage site
This is a notified national Geo -heritage monument maintained by the Geological Survey of India. The park contains petrified fossil woods approximately 20 million years old.
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