In Australia, found the world's largest track of the dinosaur
A group of paleontologists from the University of Queensland discovered in northwest Australia huge traces of herbivorous sauropod, reports The Washington Post. The discovery was made in the coastal area of James Price Point. The length of the dinosaur's "foot" is a record 1.6 meters. In total, scientists managed to fix the prints of 21 species of ancient reptiles. "We have never seen such a diversity anywhere in the world, and all the evidence is immortalized in stone," researcher Steve Salisbury said.