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Possibly Largest Ever Dinosaur Footprints Found In Gobi, Mongolia

Scientists have found possibly the largest ever Dinosaur footprint in Mongolia. The footprint measures over 1 meter in length and 0.77 m in width which is wider than a Human Torso. This is the first well-preserved footprint to be discovered. The footprint is believed to have been 70 to 90 million years old. According to... Read more » Possibly Largest Ever Dinosaur Footprints Found In Gob
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