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Drought Reveals Dinosaur Tracks In Texas Riverbed

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These deep traces were previously buried, filled with sediment and covered with water, which helped in their preservation.

Due to excessively dry conditions this summer, the river has completely dried up in most places, revealing new tracks in the parksaid Stephanie Salinas Garcia of the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife.

Dinosaur tracks.

These are deep traces previously buried and covered with water, which helped in their preservation.

Photo: Dinosaur Valley Park in Texas via Facebook

Their discovery delighted the employees of this park, located near the city of Dallas and named Dinosaur Valley due to the presence of many traces of dinosaurs in its enclosure.

It could be one of the longest sequences of dinosaur footprints in the world, according to the caption of these impressive images posted by the park on social networks. We see volunteers helping to clean them in order to better distinguish them.

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