Texas Drought Reveals Dinosaur Tracks In Dried Up Riverbed

Texas Drought Reveals Dinosaur Tracks In Dried Up Riverbed

Prints mostly left by the Acrocanthosaurus — a theropod that stood 15 feet, weighed 7 tons and roamed the area 113 million years ago — have emerged in recent weeks as the Paluxy River has dried up almost entirely in most parts of Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose, Texas.

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