What is danekræ
According to the Museum Act Danekræ belong to the State of Denmark and should be submitted immediately after discovery to the Natural History Museum of Denmark, which includes the Geological Museum, Zoological Museum, Botanical Garden & Museum of the University of Copenhagen.
Danekræ are exceptionally well preserved or rare fossils, rare mineral specimens and all meteorites found in Denmark. If you find any natural object, which could be covered by the description above, you should contact one of the Natural History Museums in Denmark (see accompanying address list). Alternatively, you can contact the nearest local museum, which will pass on the object to a natural history museum, where a preliminary assessment of the object will be made. If the object is considered to be of national importance, it will be passed on to an expert group for further evaluation. If the Natural History Museum of Denmark decides that the object should be declared danekræ, a compensatory award will be mailed directly to the collector; otherwise the object will be returned.