Queens land Dinoshub

Queens land Dinoshub

One of the world’s biggest collection of dinosaur tracks has been discovered in central west Queensland, in a stretch of land the size of two basketball courts and featuring detailed footprints from massive dinosaurs. One of the prehistoric creatures could have been at least 18m long, or almost as long as a cricket pitch, paleontologists* said, and may have been pulling a younger relative, perhaps 11m long, into line.The well-preserved 95 million-year-old collection of tracks in sandstone is at Winton. The tracks are estimated to weigh 500 tonnes and are now being carefully moved to an outback museum, where owners hope they will become a major international tourist attraction and bring the spotlight back to a region devastated by drought and flood.

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