Impronte di dinosauri al Biotopo delle Marocche

It involves footprints left behind 190 million years ago from different dinosaurs on some scattered rocks on the "Frana di Kas" area, the eastern-most part of the Marocche Biotope. At least one footprint is from a big herbivore, about 6-7 meters tall, while the other is from a carnivore. The footprints, discovered in 2000, aren’t very noticeable because the calcified rock, which makes-up a large part of Dro’s great glacial landslide, degenerates a centimeter every 1000 years due to Karst disintegration. A guided trail along the beautiful geological biotope, kept by the Tridentine Museum of Natural Sciences, takes you to the dinosaur’s footprints.

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