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IN Animals ON 02 Oct, 2016
One of the largest footprints of dinosaur is discovered in the Gobi desert yesterday. It is a rare discovery providing insight about the gigantic creatures that were present on the earth millions of years ago.
The footprints also depict the clear sign of dinosaur's nails in the Gobi desert.
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According to the report of Agence France-Presse, the foot print is 106cm long and 77cm wide
Dr Shinobu Ishigaki, a paleontology professor at Okayama University of Science said, "The team was searching the area for dinosaur remains. The discovery could help scientists to understand how dinosaurs walked."
Titanosaur is a long-necked dinosaur that could have been more than 30m long and 20m tall.
"This is a very rare discovery as it's a well-preserved fossil footprint that is more than a metre long with imprints of its claws," the Okayama University of Science said a statement.
Similar-sized footprints have previously been found in Morocco and France.
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