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Only 4 places on earth can boast Devonian era remains. This modest looking trackway is a deep insight into the beginnings of life on earth.
A primitive Devonian tetrapod emerged from the sea 380 million years ago and took a walk on the land, beginning...More
Don't visit if you have reduced mobility - you have to walk a few minutes on a steep track. I wouldn't come out to Valentia island JUST to see this, but if you are anyway in the area I think it is certainly worth the...More
How often do you get to see 350 million year old footprints of some of the first creatures to step foot on land on the planet, in a time when Ireland was still attached to a supercontinent? The hike is a bit steep, and the...More
Very cool to imagine these creatures walking here millions of years ago and their footprints still remaining. A nice little walk down to it, but you should probably have decent shoes on. We had the place to ourselves, which was really nice.
Theoretically the one meter long Tetrapod Trackpad is interesting to see for free in Valentia Island. Make sure to put on proper footwear when walking down to the trackway. Read the Trackway Information Board before you go further down for better understanding the theory beneath...More