Denmark (September 2018)
Maastrichtian and Danian (Cretaceous and Palaeogene, ~72 to 61 million years old) at Stevns Klint. This beautiful section of marine carbonates south of Copenhagen includes the K/Pg boundary, which is expressed as a thin, 15 cm thick, clay layer. The section contains fossil shark teeth, brachiopods and many remains of sea urchins and corals. Well worth a visit. A great opportunity to see the Danian in Denmark.