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Dinosaur Footprint Discovered In British Columbia

Tyrannosaur Footprint Found in British Columbia Palaeontologists and ichnologists (scientists who study trace fossils including footprints), are examining the preserved impression of a three-toed footprint made by a large dinosaur during the Late Cretaceous.  The single print measures fifty-nine centimetres long and it may have been made by a substantial tyrannosaurid.  The footprint was
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