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Dinosaur Trackways On The Kimberley Coast (Australia)


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Hi, I'm fascinated with the dinosaur trackways in the Broome sandstone on the Kimberley coast, northern Australia.

The recent supermoon exposed tracks close to the town of Broome due to the low tides.

Paleontologist Dr. Steve Salisbury from the University of Queensland has spent the last 2 years studying the trackways and will

release a report soon.


I'm looking forward to sharing this information with the people on the forum.






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G'day and welcome from Sydney!

Yeah and i read Steve is currently looking for people to do honours and PhD projects on the trackways. I look forward to reading about it too!

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Welcome to the Forum :)

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>Paleontology is an evolving science.

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Welcome to the Forum! Nice pics too!

Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.
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Greetings from central New York! Those pics of the trackway look great! I look forward to reading more about them.

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