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In Texas, Drought Exposes
Aug 23, 2022 7:46 PM CDT
In Texas, Drought Exposes Dinosaur Footprints
River has dried up in Dinosaur Valley State Park
- In Europe, drought has exposed medieval " hunger stones " that warn of hard times ahead when river levels are low. In Texas, drought has exposed dinosaur tracks. Dinosaur Valley State Park says a river bed has dried up, exposing 113 million-year-old dinosaur tracks that were covered in water and...
At This Sight, Geologist's
'Eyes Fell Out of My Head'
in case you missed it
Dec 19, 2021 3:50 PM CST
At This Sight, Geologist's 'Eyes Fell Out of My Head'
'Treasure trove' of dinosaur tracks discovered in Poland
- Hundreds of millions of years ago, "a very special sequence of events" took place in what's now the village of Borkowice in central-east Poland. As a result, geologists have discovered several hundred well-preserved dinosaur footprints—showing the extinct animals "running, swimming, resting, and sitting" in muddy earth,...
In Australia's 'Jurassic Park,'
World's Largest Dino Prints
Mar 27, 2017 1:02 PM CDT
In Australia's 'Jurassic Park,' World's Largest Dino Prints
21 different types of tracks found Down Under—some 6 feet long
- Twenty-one is the lucky number for paleontologists in Australia: That's the "globally unparalleled" number of different varieties of dinosaur prints they appear to have found in a "magical place" they call the country's own "Jurassic Park," per Phys.org . In a study published in...
Herds of Dinos
Thrived in ... Alaska?
Jul 9, 2014 12:35 PM CDT
Herds of Dinos Thrived in ... Alaska?
Thousands of 'world-class' hadrosaur prints discovered in Denali
- Forget seeing Russia from Alaska: Scientists have found a trove of tracks left behind by dinosaurs that once roamed our northernmost state—and some of them are pretty big. A paleontology team discovered a "world-class" trail in the northeast corner of Denali National Park that was littered with thousands...
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