Saturday, March 26, 2016

See Dinosaur Tracks in Australia

Preserved in a climate-controlled building are 3,300 fossil footprints of three types of dinosaurs. Paleontologists estimate that the footprints were created during one hunting event. The building is located southwest of Winton, in Queensland.

Called the Dinosaur Stampede, the building reopened on July 3, 2015 after renovations that included  new audio exhibits and an extended viewing walkway. Access to the building is by guided tour only which lasts about 55 minutes. Suggested arrival time is 15 to 30 minutes before tour time.

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