Remau Facies at Labrador Park were probably related to Dinosaurs (4/7)

Remau what? Similar to the Dragon’s Teeth Gate, this vertical bed of conglomerates at Labrador Park contains quartz, granite, gabbro and chert. The geological composition is similar to that of the fluvial Remau Facies that can be found at Sarang Rimau, the sea cliffs at the northwest end of Sentosa Island just across the sea from Labrador Park. A mudstone discovered near Sarang Rimau also revealed possible dinosaur claw and footprints that belonged to a juvenile prosauropod.

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