Dancing With the Dinos

December 2008
Weekly Reader News - Senior;12/12/2008, Vol. 87 Issue 13, p2
The article reports on the discovery of scientists of large holes that my be dinosaur footprints in Arizona in 2008. Scientists suggests that the area must have been an oasis before where plants and water could be found. It also speculates that the prints could have been made 190 million years ago. Other scientists, however, are said to believe that erosion might have caused the holes.


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