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Dinosaur trackway discovered in Queensland

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A well-preserved dinosaur trackway, travelled by three different types of dinosaurs, has been discovered in Winton in central west Queensland.

The discovery was announced today by the Queensland Tourism Industry Development Minister Kate Jones.

Swinburne palaeontologist, Dr. Stephen Poropat, is leading the research team for the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum in Winton, where the footprints are being taken for display.

He says that having three major dinosaur groups – sauropods, ornithopods and theropods – represented on the same trackway surface is incredibly rare.

https://phys.org/news/2019-02-giant-dinosaur-trackway-queensland.html

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Black Red Devil

All land masses on Earth were mostly connected at the time during the Triassic/Jurassic eras so maybe this land was a common passageway to a place where food and water were more abundant.

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