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Storm reveals dino footprint at Isle of Wight

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"A 130-million-year-old dinosaur footprint was uncovered on the Isle of Wight during Storm Ciara last week, according to fossil hunters.

"The track was left preserved in clay by a large three-toed reptile such as the meat-eating predator Neovenator, which can grow up to 10 metres long and weigh up to 4,000kg.

"It was found in Sandown Bay on Wednesday by members of the Wight Coast Fossils group, after the area was lashed by 60mph winds and heavy rain over the weekend."

Full story at the UK Independent: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/dinosaur-footprint-neovenator-fossil-storm-ciara-isle-of-wight-a9336801.html

And at the Lad Bible: https://www.ladbible.com/news/interesting-storm-ciara-uncovers-130m-year-old-dinosaur-footprint-on-isle-of-wight-20200214

Wight Coast Fossils at facebook:


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