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113 Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Tracks Uncovered In Texas Drought

A dried river bed reveals the path that a 15-foot dinosaur once took.

By Monica CullAug 25, 2022 11:30 AM
Paluxy River Dinosaur Tracks
(Credit: Paul Baker | Friends of Dinosaur Valley)

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Sunken ships, lost cities and human remains from decades ago have surfaced during the droughts in the American South West and Europe. However, the most recent drought discovery dates back 113 million years. 

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