Dinosaur's Footprint

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4-Year-Old Wales Girl Spots 220 Mn Years Old Footprint Of Dinosaur

In what could be called as a unique discovery, a four-year-old girl Lily Wilder discovered a well-preserved footprint of a dinosaur on a Wales beach. The National Museum Wales said the 10-cm long footprint likely from a 75-cm tall dinosaur was about 220-million years old. Though the type of dinosaur is not clear, scientists believe that it should help in knowing how they walked.

Sat, 30 Jan 2021 - 05:53 PM / by Richa Nigam

Tags: Dinosaur fossils, footprint, South Wales, beach, National Museum Wales

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Scientist unearthing the fossils

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Largest Dinosaur Bone Aged 98 Mn Years Discovered In Argentina

Scientists in Argentina have unearthed a titanosaur fossil believed to be of the largest animal that lived on Earth. However, scientists are yet not clear to confirm and classify this as a new dinosaur species. While its earlier remains were discovered in 2012, the fossils age approximately 98 million years and remains to be fully excavated. Moreover, researchers claimed based on excavated bones of Sauropod - long-necked, plant-eating huge… read-more

Sun, 24 Jan 2021 - 05:38 PM / by Richa Nigam

Tags: dinosaurs, Argentina, Titanosaur dinosaur, Dinosaur fossils

Courtesy: The Print