the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has the only dinosaur material (ornithomimid? footprints) on display, according to wikipedia.
From: Ruben Safir <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 20, 2017 7:37 PM
To: Yazbeck, Thomas Michael
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Subject: Re: [dinosaur] Main goals in future dinosaur paleontology
On Fri, Apr 14, 2017 at 03:03:23PM +0000, Yazbeck, Thomas Michael wrote:
> Well as you're probably aware, some good squamate discoveries have been made in Israel/Palestine, inclusive (off the top of my head, at least 2 transitional stem-snakes with not-quite-vestigial limbs). But in general the Lebanese sites are much, much better, and are more well-studied because of their status as lagerstaetten. There is also amber there which is comparatively old in terms of inclusion-bearing amber, and is very relevant to insect evolution (older than the Burmese amber). I believe amber can be found in some neighboring countries as well.
Now that you mention it, I'm wondering if there is any oppurtunities to
study this material in Israel.