The Main Brijun island (Veli Brijun) in teh Summer of 2015, theropod tracks from the Early Cretaceous (Barremian) site on the Pogledalo promontory. The tracks in the picture belong to two different trackways. Right foot on the left and left foot on the right.
The brave girls jumping off the cliffs at the Cape Kamenjak (September 2016)
A theropod footprint at the Cape Kamenjak (September 2016)
A view at the Muzil and Stoja promontories (Feb. 2015)
My recent problematic find. At first I thought it was a theropod footprint. On a second glance it seemed ornithopod. Now I am thinking - ankylosaur. If so, they were really abundant along the ancient coast.
Yes, it fits the shape of a large Polacanthid left pes impression.