Grottes et Préhisto-Parc
Route des Grottes 78c, 2912 Réclère, Switzerland
About Grottes et Préhisto-Parc
The prehistoric park offers you a fascinating journey through the older times. Through the 45 life-size reproductions of the course, you follow the major stages of animal evolution: the first fish that populated our planet when it was covered by water, the amphibians who set out to conquer submerged lands, the impressive reign of dinosaurs, mammals now extinct ...
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