113 Million Year Old Dinosaur Tracks Discovered In Texas


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Something cool has come from a drought in Texas. 113 million-year-old dinosaur footprints were discovered in Paluxy River at the Dinosaur Valley State Park in Forth Worth, Texas. According to ABC News, who reached out to park superintendent, Jeff Davis said,

the tracks at this site are possibly the longest tracks made by a single dinosaur in North America...the tracks are from Acrocanthosaurus dinosaurs from millions of years ago.

The dinosaur tracks are likely to be covered once it begins to rain in Texas.

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