World’s Largest Dinosaur Footprint Discovered in Australia
The researchers of Queensland have discovered the world’s largest footprint of dinosaur and the discovery has been made at a remote coastline area known as “Australia’s Jurassic Park”.
A team of Japanese and Magnolia had found a 1-meter footprint in Gobi desert, which was yet believed to be the largest-ever but discovery of this gigantic footprint has broken all record.
It has been said that the Queensland researchers have discovered the footprint, which is 1.7 meters long.
As of now, the researchers have said that the remains were unearthed in rocks aged up to 140 millions years old in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.