The Funiushan UNESCO Global Geopark is located in the east section of Qinling Orogenic Belt and collision zone between the North China plate and Yangtze plate. Its unique geological structure and complex activities account for its rich geoheritage, which includes paleontological fossils and exquisite granite land formations. It is in this region that researchers discovered groups of fossilized dinosaur-eggs, unmatched in terms of range of distribution, quantity and variety. The fossils have international significance in the study of paleobiology and global geological issues, such as the evolution and extinction of cretaceous dinosaurs. The Funiushan landforms are constituted by a series of granite peaks and walls, the deep Jiguan and Tianxin Caves, tectonic rock formations, waterfalls and pools formed by the site’s rapid uplift process.