Morocco Fossils, the Treasures of Moroccan Fossils at Your Fingertips

Morocco Fossils specializes in providing amazing fossils from Morocco's heart. We handpick each fossil with an immense passion for paleontology and a keen eye for quality to bring you the highest-quality fossils available. Our collection highlights Morocco's rich geological heritage, with a broad selection of Moroccan fossils that catch the imagination and convey stories of past life. We are committed to offering great Moroccan fossils that inspire wonder and exploration, whether you are a collector, an enthusiast, or an educational institution. With Morocco Fossils, you can explore our portfolio and embark on a fascinating journey through time.


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We are more than just a retailer here at Morocco Fossils. From production and exhibition to sale, import, and export of unique Moroccan fossils, we are involved in every step of the process. We are able to meet the different demands of fossil lovers, collectors, and corporations across the globe thanks to our extensive range of services.


We are proud to have a hand in creating the highest quality fossils. To find and extract fossils from the abundant geological deposits of Morocco.


We actively import fossils from different regions and suppliers as part of our commitment to offering a diverse catalog.


Our main goal is to make these extraordinary fossils available to people and companies all over the world. Through our online store.


With the help of our export services, We are happy to introduce the wonders of Moroccan fossils to enthusiasts and collectors all over the world. 

Meet Our Dedicated Team

CHERIF ALAOUI MOULAY CHARIF - Founder/CEO - Morocco Forssils


CEO / FOUNDER / Field Operations
Soufiane EL GHAZI - Sales Manager - Morocco Fossils

Soufiane EL GHAZI

Ahmed ait oubi

Ahmed ait oubi

Marble & Fossil Preparer


Our agents are available:
MON-SUN: 8:30am - 5:30pm(GMT) Closed on Public Holidays

Address: N 37 Rue Ouad Eddahab, Avenue Moulay Ismaïl, Erfoud, 52200, Morocco


What kind of fossils are found in Morocco?

Fossils of various prehistoric life can be found in Morocco, including trilobites, ammonites, and dinosaur fossils. Trilobites are the most common fossils found in Morocco, and orthoceras are also frequently found. Other fossils that can be found in Morocco include coral and shark teeth. Dinosaur fossils are relatively common in Morocco compared to many other countries, especially in the Cretaceous-age Kem Kem beds. Some fossils in Morocco are huge and are part of large marble quarries or black limestone.

Why does Morocco have so many fossils?

Morocco has a wealth of fossils due to its diverse geological history, unique geography (including the Sahara Desert and the presence of ancient oceans), extensive phosphate deposits, and a thriving fossil trade industry. These factors have collectively preserved and revealed a remarkable variety of fossils.

How old are the fossils in Morocco?

Fossils in Morocco span a wide range of ages, from around 570 to 245 million years old. Notably, the oldest Homo sapiens fossils in Morocco, discovered at Jebel Irhoud, date back about 315,000 years, making them more than 100,000 years older than previously known. These findings were confirmed using thermoluminescence dating. The site also contained evidence of early human use of fire. Morocco boasts fossils of varying ages, from approximately 570 to 245 million years old. Remarkably, it holds the oldest known Homo sapiens fossils, dating back about 315,000 years, surpassing previous discoveries by over 100,000 years. These ancient human remains were unearthed in Jebel Irhoud, Morocco, and their age was determined using thermoluminescence dating. The site also revealed evidence of fire usage by early Homo sapiens. In summary, Morocco's fossils span a broad range of ages, with the country hosting some of the oldest known Homo sapiens fossils on record.

Are fossils from Morocco real?

Yes, fossils from Morocco are authentic and genuine. They are well-known for their high quality and scientific significance.

How do you know if a fossil is real?

Identifying real fossils involves careful examination. Genuine fossils usually have distinct features such as well-preserved structures, mineralization, and adherence to known geological contexts. Consulting experts and reputable sources can further verify their authenticity.