Old foot prints discovered in Beijing

Monday, January 9, 2012

Paleontologists say array or so fossilized foot prints in a China suburb are those of dinosaurs.

The foot prints, uncovered in a geological playground in Yanqing nation, are the first dinosaur remnants the town has discovered, according to Zhang Jianping, specialist at the The far east School of Geosciences.

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They were eventually left by dinosaurs that resided some 140 to 150 thousand decades ago in the overdue Jurassic interval, said Zhang.

A number of experts from Zhang's higher education first discovered the foot prints in September 2011 in the Guihuamu Geological Park, which is known for its attention of scared historic timber.

In one area where most of the foot prints are powerful, the paleontologists mentioned array or so foot prints as well as seven to eight collections established by straight actions.

Thyreophoras, theropods, ornithopods, and probably sauropods are considered to have eventually left the foot prints. The development will advantage the research of China's dinosaur types at overdue Jurassic and beginning Cretaceous times, Zhang said.

"It's initially The far east has discovered thyreophora, ornithopod, and sauropod foot prints of that interval, which provides us with more understanding on how such types propagate across The far east," said Zhang.

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