Sauropod footprint find makes Skye Scotland’s largest dinosaur site

#AceNewsReport – Dec.01: Prints the size of dustbin lids discovered by researchers, who say that the tracks were probably created by many dinosaurs over thousands of years

Ancient tracks from sauropods that plodded through a lagoon in the middle Jurassic period have been uncovered on the Isle of Skye, making the spot the largest dinosaur site in Scotland.

The zigzag pattern of giant prints was spotted on a slab of rock reaching out to sea on the north eastern tip of the island by researchers from Edinburgh University.

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