address: Province: Lubelskie, District: łukowski, Commune: Łuków, City: Łuków,
height a.s.l.: NDA,
depth max: 9 m,
length max: 0,32 km,
width max: 0,18 km,
size: 3 ha.
Points of entering (see map):
water entrance: close from the shore
Flora and Fauna:
Flooded clay pit, where you can find well-preserved fossilized ammonites. "Black loam and found in them numerous fossils count approx. 165 million years. Ammonites are a group of animals from the late Cretaceous and went extinct about 65 million years ago. The researchers speculate that the ice sheet moved them to Łuków from northern Europe. There are many indications that it be may be from the area of present-day Estonia. Loam have been moved almost intact. They contain huge amounts of Jurassic fossils including ammonites. Today, the area is overgrown, and the pit is flooded. However, finding ammonites is relatively easy. " (Original text belongs to GEPN). Fish in the tank: ide, tench, crucian carp, perch, roach.
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