CAVE VRTARE MALE, DRAMALJ
Vrtare small pits were found in Dramalj and represents one of the richest paleontological sites in Croatia, which testifies to the dynamic life of prehistoric times and the upper Pleistocene, ie from the end of a long period of the Ice Age, which appeared in today's man.
About forty feet deep, and it was found a number of fossil remains of long extinct animals and observed a large biodiversity of subterranean organisms. Paleontology determined by processing the bones and teeth of an elephant, forest rhinoceroses, aurochs / bison, horses, deer, mountain goats, cave lions, cave bears, bears, wolves, and numerous remains of small mammals and birds: field voles, hamsters, rabbits, bats, moles , wild pigeon, billed sulphate, hawks, snowy owls, ravens, etc. the cave is entered in the register of monuments of nature and as such, and preliminary protected.
Tel: +385 (0)51 784 101
Coordinates: 45.19340939, 14.66777802 How to get there?
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