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Coki Point Cliffs

Coki Point Cliffs
Coki Point Cliffs

The Coki Point Cliffs are one of the rare localities on St. Thomas Island where fossils are found. There are very few locations where fossiliferous Lower Cretaceous rocks are exposed and this, the only place in the Virgin Islands, is quite rich in Caprinuloidea rudistids, a marine bivalve, as well as other fossils.

Location: St. Thomas Island, VI

Year designated: 1980

Acres: 17

Ownership: Virgin Islands Government, Private

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Last Updated: June 28, 2012