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Dozens of newly discovered giant dinosaur footprints on a Scottish island are helping to shed light on the Jurassic reptiles’ evolution.(REUTERS)

Dinosaur footprints believed to be 170 million-year-old found in Scotland

Press Trust of India, London | By HT Correspondent
PUBLISHED ON APR 03, 2018 05:02 PM IST
The footprints, left in a muddy, shallow lagoon, about 170 million years ago in Isle of Skye are helping the researchers build a more accurate picture of an important period in dinosaur evolution. This is the second discovery of such footprints on the Scottish island.
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