Question: What Is The Biggest Dinosaur Footprint?

Which dinosaur had the biggest footprint?

The footprint assemblage, which contains evidence of 21 species, is the most diverse in the world, researchers reported Friday in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.

One of those tracks is the largest dinosaur print ever recorded: a 5-foot-9-inch print from a sauropod, or long-necked dinosaur.

How large is a dinosaur footprint?

First, lay out your paper and measure the size of your T-Rex foot. According to Enchanted Learning, a T Rex footprint was about 3.3 feet (1 meter) long and 1.55 feet (46 cm) wide.

What dinosaurs have been found in Australia?

Most Australian dinosaurs come from the eastern half of Australia (Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria) although isolated dinosaur bones have been found in Western Australia and South Australia.

Where are the dinosaur footprints in Broome?

Dinosaur Footprints at Gantheaume Point in Broome. At the southern end of Cable Beach, approximately 6 kilometers from the town of Broome in Western Australia is Gantheaume Point, a scenic area of red sandstone cliffs where one can observe footprints of dinosaurs that once roamed in this area.

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