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28/03/2017 World's largest dinosaur footprints

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Jurassic Park: World’s largest ever dinosaur footprint found in western Australia - TomoNews

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Hunting for Dinosaur Tracks!

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Australian scientists discover one of the world’s largest dinosaur species

Paleontologists discovered a collection of dinosaur footprints in the sandstone rock along the Kimberley shoreline in a remote region of Western Australia. The footprints belonged to some big herbivorous dinosaur. They were about 1.7 meters long. Prior to the discovery, the biggest known dinosaur footprint was a 106cm track discovered in the Mongolian desert.
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