World's largest group of dinosaur footprints discovered in Shandong

14:36, February 22, 2010      

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Recently, a large group of dinosaur footprints were discovered at Zhucheng city, Shandong province. Paleontologists from Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences came to the location and confirmed the collection to be the largest ever discovered.

The group of footprints is located in an area of more than 2,600 square meters, and more than 3,000 footprints of different kinds of dinosaurs appear in various shapes and sizes.

This is another important discovery that follows the discovery of world's largest group of dinosaur fossils in the same city.

By People's Daily Online/CNS
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