Longest Set of Huge Dinosaur Footprints in France Stretch for Over 150 Meters

The dinosaurs have long been extinct but we still find a lot of evidence of the time they roamed around earth. About ten years ago, scientists were able to excavate a long trackway of dinosaur footprints created by a sauropod found in the village of Plagne in France. It is said that these set of footprints were made around 150 million years ago.

Dinosaur trackways have been discovered in many parts around the world. What makes this particular tracks interesting is they are the longest tracks to be discovered belonging to the largest class of dinosaurs. The tracks run for a length of 155 meters and has 110 individual footprints.

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Source: neatorama

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