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DINOSAUR FOSSIL SITES IN THE MONGOLIAN GOBI

The Mongolian Gobi Desert is the largest dinosaur fossil reservoir in the world. The region is especially important as regards dinosaur fossils from the later Cretaceous period, which is the last of main three periods of the dinosaur age, representing the final phase of dinosaur evolution.
Paleontologists still continue to discover fossils that prove the current territory of Gobi Desert had a very different climate and environment before 120 to 70 million years ago during the Cretaceous period. 

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MONGOLIAN DINOSAURS

Asia’s largest desert Mongolian Gobi was once paradise for plants and animals, including dinosaurs.  Many paleontologists say that it was also a site of mass extinction, where avalanche-like sudden sand-slides both swept dinosaurs away and preserved their remains. Gobi Desert is the place that the first proved dinosaurs laid eggs. First in 1922, famous Roy Chapman Andrews, director of the American Museum of Natural History led the paleontological expedition into the Mongolian Gobi.   

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8 ESSENTIAL THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU TRAVEL GOBI DESERT

For those of you interested to travel or already booked a tour to Gobi Desert, you should have something to remember before your tour. Below travel tips to help you better prepare for your trip.

1. Gobi Desert is how far from Ulaanbaatar? 
If you choose internal flight to Gobi Desert, it takes only 1.5 hours to Dalanzadgad province where you can take short drive to famous destinations. For the land tour, you need to drive at least 570km to Dalanzadgad. It takes around 7-8 hours. But most land tours take you other Ger camps in other famous destinations on the way to Gobi.

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HOW ABOUT MONGOLIA TRAVEL SAFETY?

Mongolia is one of the safest countries in the world. The policemen are quite friendly to the tourists. As a visitor, you are unlikely to experience any serious problems. However, like anywhere else there are a few things that visitors should be aware of, things that will need extra care and attention. Foreign visitors are targets for a very small minority of thieves. Theft is seldom violent. Pick pocketing and bag slitting is most common in crowded places such as the black market, on buses or at tourist attractions such as Gandan Monastery and shopping places.

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15 FACTS ABOUT MONGOLIAN GOBI DESERT

    1. Gobi Desert is the largest desert in Asia and fifth largest in the world. The desert stretches in two countries territory. It extends out to Mongolia’s south and on the other side it reaches out to northern and northwestern parts of China.
    2. Gobi has one of the world’s most extreme weather conditions with rapid temperature changes within a day and season.

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"We enjoyed our trip very much.
The best parts of the trip were meeting nomads in the countryside and seeing the natural beauty."

05/04/2011 - 10:30
Barbara. R Family, US
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