According to the report, this is just the beginning.
Louis Jacobs is part of the "PaleoAngola" project whose biggest find to date was in 2005, when five bones from the front-left leg of a sauropod dinosaur were discovered on a cliff at Iembe, around 65 km (40 miles) north of the capital, Luanda.
Since then, the majority of the skulls and skeletons uncovered by the team have been from turtles, sharks, plesiosaurs and mosasaurs, of which there is even an angolasauras species.
Thursday, September 03, 2009
More on the Treasure that is Angola
Louise Redvers of BBC News has a follow-up report on the new palaeontology work being done in Angola. It is promising: