World's biggest dinosaur footprint found in 'Australia's Jurassic Park'

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The world's biggest dinosaur footprint has been discovered in northwestern Australia, measuring at nearly 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 meters), the lead author of a study said.

Twenty-one different dinosaur tracks were discovered across the Dampier Peninsula in the unprecedented" find, the University of Queensland said in a news release, with some rocks as old as 140 million years.

Salisbury said the conditions on the Dampier Peninsula were ideal for both the creation of these tracks and their preservation, which is why the find was so spectacular.

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