The mo-clay near the Limfjord is a mecca if you want to go on a fossil hunt. In the unique mo-clay, which is not found many other places in the world, you can find fossils from animals and plants who lived in the sea 55-53 million years ago. It is especially animals and plants you will find in this area near the Limfjord.
It's a truly unique feeling to go fossil hunting, and when you're surrounded by some of the most beautiful landscapes, you're in for an experience like no other. Mo-clay is a special type of clay that originated 55 million years ago. The clay was formed at the bottom of the sea and grew to a thickness of 60 meters over 3 million years. The mo-clay is interspersed by layers of ash from numerous volcanic eruptions, and the layers are now clearly visible in beautiful curves formed during the last ice age.