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Hawkser dinosaur prints confirmation and ID please

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judgesteve

Any ID help or confirmation greatly appreciated. 1 mile north of Robin Hoods Bay.

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caldigger

Can you outline the prints of which you speak? I'm not seeing anything.

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Fossildude19

I think I see one possible one - is the area known for dino footprints?

 

Here is what I am seeing:                         

 

 

 FTPRNT.jpg   POSSFTPRNTc77b.jpg

 

Maybe @Jonwealden may have some thoughts here. 

Regards,

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Troodon

Pretty faint either way.  Here is what I seeing.  Where is waldo :)

 

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judgesteve

Hi there are two full prints and on partial. The are is known for prints but mainly therapod.

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judgesteve

I will re size an load more later. Thank you

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judgesteve

Waldo is here I think

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Fossildude19

Ok - I thought maybe that other one might be, but couldn't make it out in the first picture. 

 

I'd say they look like footprints to me. 

 

FTPRNT.jpg.c4eac768f9610e313fc813bfe379b4ac.jpg      image.jpg.82394f662a52d0b5d212fbbd26c1766d.jpg

 

Not sure on the partial?

 

Neat finds, however. :) 

Regards,

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caldigger

Now I see them, I was looking at the rock the wrong way. Really cool find. Might be a bit heavy for a backpack to carry. Lol

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Taogan

They look convincing to me. I've seen them in situ, but I've never tried to carry one out, I respect my back too much

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judgesteve

I left them for others to marvel and took a couple of nice ammonites. Thank you for the knowledge.

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fossiling
On Friday, November 11, 2016 at 9:17 AM, Troodon said:

Pretty faint either way.  Here is what I seeing.  Where is waldo :)

 

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I was seeing that too.But are dino prints known for jutting out of the rock or must they be imprints?:headscratch:

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Fossildude19
19 minutes ago, fossiling said:

I was seeing that too.But are dino prints known for jutting out of the rock or must they be imprints?:headscratch:

 

The ones that jut out are called overprints: they are the mud that filled up original print, and are a "cast" of the original print "mold" . ;) 

 

How They're Formed.

 

Regards,

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fossiling

oh,I didn't know that.

learn something new everytime I log on.

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Jonwealden

Yes, nice theropod footprint.   a low sunlight would've shown it up much better

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