Researchers in Australia found the biggest foot print to date, in its own Jurassic park.
A sauropod, a long-necked herbivore, left the gargantuan footprint in the Walmadany area of the Dampier Peninsula in Western Australia. It measures to almost 5 feet, 9 inches. This footprint that is one among 21 other imprints found in Australia’s own Jurassic park.
“The giant footprints are no doubt spectacular,” told Steve Salisbury, the lead author of the study that examined nearly two dozen tracks along the coastline of the peninsula “There’s nothing that comes close [to this length].
The last largest footprint was found last year in the Mongolian desert Gobi and was only mere 42 inches.