Tuesday, December 20, 2016

The largest footprint

Researchers on an expedition in Mongolia’s Gobi Desert have found one of the largest dinosaur prints ever recorded. It was made by a titanosaur; a group of long-necked herbivores that may have been among the largest animals on land.

The footprint is 106 centimeters (42 inches) long and 77 centimeters (30 inches) wide. The researchers have extrapolated that the dinosaur who made the print was 30 meters (98 feet) long and 20 meters (66 feet) tall.


  1. Big herbivores meant big (hungry) carnivorous predators... Of course climate change wiped them out, which is why Barack, Al, and their Hollywood friends are so concerned about it.

  2. Imagine the giant pile of crap something that big would leave.