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Drought Reveals 113 Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Tracks In Texas

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Dinosaur tracks from around 113 million years ago have been revealed in Texas due to severe drought conditions that dried up a river, the footprints belonging to an Acrocanthosaurus—a theropod that stood 15 feet and weighed 7 tons. What do you think?

“I can’t believe it got through Border Control.”

Marcus Tripp, Systems Analyst

“Makes you wonder what else water is trying to hide.”

Sebastian Litchfield, Podiatry Fetishist

“Interesting, but you know Texas was still technically part of Mexico at that time.”

Chrissie Ruzin, Professional Jenga Player