9/26/2013

A treasure trove of dinosaur tracks have been discovered by researchers scouring the banks of the Yukon River in Alaska this summer. "I've seen dinosaur footprints in Alaska now in rocks from southwest Alaska, the North Slope and Denali National Park in the Interior, but there aren't many places where footprints occur in such abundance," said Paul McCarthy of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, an expedition member. The scientists brought back an actual ton of footprint fossils from their 500-mile journey.

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