Crocodile fossils on Aldabra
Earlier this year, during an exploratory walk on Grande Terre (near Cinq Cases), Dr. Dennis Hansen, from the ZARP research team came across some fossils in a dried out pond.
It turned out, that the fossils are from the long extinct Aldabra crocodile. The fossils might trace back to around 120,000 years ago, and have been been preserved in the limestone champignon.
The fossils will be examined by the scientists at the University of Zurich, who specializes in crocodiles.
Source: Seychelles News Agency