The Langenberg/Oker Quarry near Goslar in the Harz Mountains (Lower Saxony) is probably one of the most important Mesozoic vertebrate localities in Europe. Late Jurassic marine limestones contain terrestrial vertebrate remains, including turtles, crocodilians, pterosaurs, sauropod and theropod dinosaurs. The most spectacular fossils from this quarry are several individuals of the dwarfed sauropod Europasaurus holgeri.

We started an excavation for dinosaur skeletons and all other vertebrate remains back in 2012. Since then, this dig is loosely continued depended on the quarrying activities. If there is a possibility to participate again in our excavations, I will post it here.