Monday, November 09, 2009

Australian Shepherd in Salema Beach

Australian Shepherd in Salema beach
On this weekend the Lagos City Hall organized a guided tour to the Dinosaur footsteps traces left in Salena Beach 120 million years ago.

Definitely a very well done initiative since hardily I could distinguish this footsteps on the rock and since Prof. Luís Azevedo Rodrigues was the guide, everything was properly explained and become a very educational and lightening trip.

Because it was field visit I took Teco, my Australian Shepherd, to give him and people the chance to interact.

It was a very pleasant trip, in a sunny day, that allowed us to know a new Algarve area.

Australian Shepherd in Salema beach
Dinosaur footsteps in Salema beach

terópodes

1º set of footsteps that is believed to me made by a Terópodes group












Australian Shepherd in Salema beach

Australian Shepherd in Salema beach

Australian Shepherd in Salema beach

Dinosaur footsteps in Salema beach

Iguanodonte
2º footsteps believed to belong to Iguanodonte













Australian Shepherd in Salema beach

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1 comment:

koala said...

It's so cool you could take your dog with you. I hate those stupid 'No dogs allowed' rules, most of the time set for no reason!