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In The Dinosaur Footprints

Reference

2085

Duration

00:07:00

Production year

2009

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Summary

In April 2009 at Plagne in France, dinosaur footprints were discovered by Marie-Hélène Marcaud and Patrice Landry, members of a naturalist society. They belonged to Sauropoda species, which where huge herbivores. Researchers explain that this site is exceptional because of the size of the prints and the length of the trackway.

Scientific topics

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