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Dinosaur Tracks Discovered at Red Rock
Dinosaur Tracks Discovered at Red Rock

AIR DATE: November 29, 2011

A group of hikers at Red Rock stumbled across the first ever confirmed dinosaur tracks in the state of Nevada. Footprints of a three toed dinosaur about the size of a large dog were confirmed by Bureau of Land Management paleontologists this month. Also discovered were tracks from ancient arthropods. So what could we learn about prehistoric Nevada from dinosaur tracks? We talk with a BLM paleontologist about the discovery.

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