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Dinosaur tracks found outside NASA Goddard


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Link to the paper: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-18619-w

The number and diversity of tracks in such a small area is unlike anything I've seen before.

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26 minutes ago, South Alabam said:

Do all the tracks match up to the era the dinosaurs should have all existed together?

Yes they do. The tracks represent the typical Early Cretaceous fauna in North America.

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2 hours ago, Carnoferox said:

Yes they do. The tracks represent the typical Early Cretaceous fauna in North America.

Thanks.

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The first place I saw dinosaur tracks was in a shallow stream near Tarpley, a small town in the Texas Hill Country.   They were estimated to be 70 million + years old.   On our property in Utopia, Texas, which is near Tarpley, there were sea shell fossils estimated at 75 million to 250 million years old.   An impression of a fish was found on a small boulder as well.

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Very cool and great find!.  Again this shows how hot the Earth was before the ice age.  If the ice age hadn't occurred we may not be here today.

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On 2/1/2018 at 3:41 PM, Carnoferox said:

Yes they do. The tracks represent the typical Early Cretaceous fauna in North America.

The red shales here in New Jersey were and are continually being mined out as landscaping stones and pavers so think of what was lost. 

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Outstanding discovery. that many species wandering over the same piece of land that was so well preserved. I get all misty-eyed thinking about it.

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If the tracks were fresh I see a new movie in the making...

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