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Multiple 3 Dilophosaurus Dinosaur Footprint Claws Track Fossil Grallator - New Jersey

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Multiple 3 Dilophosaurus Dinosaur Footprint Claws Track Fossil Grallator - New Jersey
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Dilophosaurus Footprints
Eubrontes sp.

Late Triassic Period - 225 million years old
Passaic Formation, Milford, New Jersey, USA

Plate : 15.75 x 11 in
Track (complete) : 5.12 x 3.30 in
Track (top) : 4.24 x 3.4 in
Track (bottom) : 4.01 x 3.55 in
1 in = 2.54 cm

All three of these dinosaur footprints are very well inflated and show nice detail of the foot pads with claws, one is next to another, the isolated print is the most complete and shows the claws!

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One can imagine the muddy, silted shoreline where prehistoric animals of all sorts would come to seek water, food, or a cool resting place...

The Dilophosaurus (Grallator) was up to a 20-foot-long, double-crested theropod, that lived 225 million years ago and whose remains are found across North America, from southern Utah to New Jersey.

The Dilophosaurus was made famous in the Jurassic Park films as "the Spitting" dinosaur, however it is unknown if this large theropod had venom or a large hood of skin.

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