Dinosaur Tracks Shed Light on Sauropod Evolution

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: May 30, 2002   View Article

Dinosaur tracks made on the edge of a coastal plain 163 million years ago in middle England are providing a team of researchers with new insights into the evolution and behavior of sauropods.

Sauropods are the group of plant-eating dinosaurs distinguished by their long necks and tails. They include some of the largest creatures ever to walk on Earth.

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