World's Largest Dino Footprints Found in France
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Dinosaur footprints measuring nearly two meters (6 ft.) in diameter, and dating back 150 million years have been uncovered in France.

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The prints found in Plagne, France were made by large, long-necked, herbivorous dinosaurs called sauropods, which were more than 25 meters long and weighed up to 40 tonnes. It is believed the dinosaurs left their tracks in the mud, which then dried in the sun and set like plaster. The sea then washed sediment into the prints, sealing and protecting them, essentially creating fossilized footprints.   Wiki: Sauropods   Diplodocus
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