Dinosaur footprint (cf. Anomoepus isp.)Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
The presented specimen was found in Czerwone Żlebki [literally Red Couloirs], in the peak zone (Upper Triassic, from 201.3 to 237 million years ago). The footprint has been preserved on a small piece of sandstone in rock debris. Anomoepus is an ichnologic name applied to the ornithischian dinosaurs described by Edward Hitchcock in 1848. Their traces were found in Poland before in the Świętokrzyskie Mountains [also known as Holy Cross Mtn.], the Czech Republic and Western Australia. Interestingly, ichnologists have not yet managed to find the skeleton of the described species, so it is difficult to recreate the actual appearance of the animal.
Triassic, Tatra Mountains
The Dr. Tytus Chałubiński Tatra Museum in Zakopane
Inventory number: G/1677/MT