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'Dinosaur footprints' investigated by museum

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Newly revealed "footprints" thought to be Wales' latest dinosaur find are being investigated by researchers from the Natural History Museum.

They are imprinted on rock at the beach in Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan.

Prehistoric finds have already been unearthed on the same section of coastline, including that of a distant cousin of Tyrannosaurus rex in 2014.

If confirmed, researchers said the discovery would be "really, really exciting".

The prints are embedded in a section of rock previously thought to contain other fossilised tracks of a prehistoric creature.


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There is a beach near Southerndown, Ogmore By Sea, Vale of Glamorgan. Which has loads and loads of dinosaur footprints in the rocks! It absolutely awesome, haven't been there in years should take a little tour down there soon me thinks!

It's a cool find though! (Regarding OP).

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