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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.

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