‘Dinosaur Dance Floor’ With More Than A Thousand Dinosaur Tracks Found In Coyote Buttes, Arizona

by Trendy

A three quarter acre site near the Arizona-Utah border is being dubbed as the ‘Dinosaur Dance Floor’ after more than a thousand dinosaur tracks were found on the site. A Geology professor from the University Of Utah, Marjorie Chan, estimates the tracks to be 190 million years old and could contain thousands of more such tracks.

The name ‘Dino Dance Floor’ was given after the footprints were found to be very densely packed to each other. Only if the Dinosaurs were all dancing in a club would they have been so close to each other physically and hence the name ‘Dinosaur Dance Floor’.

For more pictures on this amazing discovery, go to this yahoo slide show.

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