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Largest Dinosaur Footprint Found in Australia 

By Phillip Acevedo on 3/27/17 at 9:29am


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Measuring in at 5 feet 9 inches in length, this footprint is now officially the world’s largest footprint ever discovered.

A team of scientists made this discovery in northwestern Australia. Paleontologists from The University of Queensland declare this footprint belongs to a sauropod long neck herbivore dinosaur. The tracks surrounding the footprint can date back between 90 to 115 million years ago.

Apparently, Australia is a hot spot for dinosaur footprint discoveries. Evidence just within the last 2 years have been proving Dinosaurs once roamed Down Under.

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