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Dinosaur Track

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Researchers may have just scratched the surface of a major new dinosaur site nearly inside the Arctic Circle. This past summer, they discovered thousands…Read More »





of fossilized dinosaur footprints, large and small, along the rocky banks of Alaska's Yukon River.

In July, the scientists from the University of Alaska Museum of the North embarked on a 500-mile (800 kilometers) journey down the Tanana and Yukon rivers; they brought back 2,000 pounds (900 kilograms) of dinosaur footprint fossils.   Less «
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