These fossils are considered important in the study of the evolution of life on Earth.
This national park is also known as the Miguasha Fossil Site or the Hugh-Miller Cliffs.
Eventually, it was elevated into a national park status.
Hence, the museum is also one of the national park’s biggest attractions.Its significance stems from the discovery there of the highest number and best-preserved fossil specimens of the lobe-finned fishes that gave rise to the first four-legged, air-breathing terrestrial vertebrates – the tetrapods. Thankfully, Miguasha is located on the very beautiful boundary between the St. Miguasha National Park is a natural UNESCO World Heritage Site in Canada.