Giant meat-eating dinosaur footprint is largest found in Yorkshire
An almost meter-long footprint made by a giant, meat-eating theropod dinosaur from the Jurassic Period represents the largest of its kind ever found in Yorkshire. Curiously, the unusual footprint appears to capture the moment that the dinosaur rested or crouched down some 166 million years ago.
Published 4 months ago · West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Record-breaking dinosaur footprint appears on the Yorkshire coast
A giant carnivorous dinosaur left behind a record-breaking footprint along the Yorkshire coast 166 million years ago. Researchers studied it to learn more about what creatures lived on the UK's "Dinosaur Coast."
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Rare, record-breaking dinosaur footprint found in England: "I couldn't believe what I was looking at, I had to do a double take"
"It's fun to think this dinosaur might well have been strolling along a muddy coastal plain one lazy Sunday afternoon in the Jurassic," one of the researchers said.
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