Sunday, August 20, 2006

 

New England site yields dino track (dilophosaurus)

Rocky Hill - A worker digging up bedrock in Connecticut unearthed a three-toed, fossilized dinosaur footprint that is thought to be from a dilophosaurus.

Glenn Korner was working with an excavator in Rocky Hill when he flipped over a large rock and found the dinosaur relic, the Connecticut Hartford Courant reported Saturday.

The dilophosaurus, literally a 'two-crested lizard,' was a 20-foot-long carnivorous beast that walked on two legs. [New England]

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