This video from Utah in the USA says about itself:
Travel Adventure: Kane County Dinosaur Tracks …
180 million years ago you could see the dinosaurs who left behind the tracks we are seeing today.
From the BBC:
Dinosaur tracks to be protected
The tracks are at risk from exposure to the elements and damage from erosion
Dinosaur footprints discovered in Oxfordshire mudflats are to be protected as part of a geological conservation site.
The tracks, found in 1997, are located alongside where the M40 now runs.
The board will decide whether to confirm the designation in four months, after a public consultation.
Researchers have been able to work out how fast the dinosaurs were travelling by studying the distance between individual footprints.
It is thought that some of the species reached speeds of up to 20mph (32kph).
Natural England is working with the owners and operators of the site to ensure that the fossilised tracks are preserved.
See also here.
- It’s a bird! It’s a plane! it’s dinosaur tracks! (capturethemomentphotoblog.wordpress.com)
- Dinosaur Ridge tracks in Morrison to get a cover (denverpost.com)
- visiting, part 2 (thepamcave.wordpress.com)
- Perseid Meteor Shower captured at Dinosaur Valley State Park (ireport.cnn.com)
- Gastornis (en.wikipedia.org)
- Dinosaur T Rex : Not the Fiercest! (pragmaticmom.com)
- Dinosaurs In Comics (ifanboy.com)
- BBC’s Walking with Dinosaurs may have been wrong (telegraph.co.uk)
- Vine Challenge: Dinosaurs (mashable.com)