The participants are divided into mixed groups: the Diplodocus group and the Triceratops group, each with its own costume.
Each group of dinosaurs must follow a path among streets of the city and parks, orienting themselves between one stop and the next. In one of the stops each group will find an unusual surprise: a dinosaur egg that belongs to the species of the other team.
For an extinct species, safeguarding an egg is of primary importance: each group will then have to continue along the next stops with a compass and map at hand, transporting the delicate egg without dropping it, with the help of a makeshift net built by the team itself using the objects recovered along the previous stops. The journey will not end until all the groups have reached their final destination and have reunited, exchanging their eggs.
At the end of the experience, participants will meet to discuss what worked, what could have been improved, and the lessons they learned about teamwork. They will also be able to draw up the “simple guiding principles” of the group, i.e., the guiding principles they can use as inspiration during their daily work.