Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Dinosaur Footprints in East China City

Zhucheng City has been found to be the home of a series of Dinosaur footprints that represent more than six different dinosaurs. The story in Xinhaunet reports:
The footprints in at least three layers are rare in the world in terms of both their number and total size, they said.

The footprints, which range from 10 cm to 80 cm in length, revealed more than six kinds of dinosaurs, including Tyrannosaurus, Coelurosaurs and Hadrosaurs.

The footprints were in the same direction. Wang said this might be a result of migration or panic escape by plant-eating dinosaurs when facing a surprise raid from meat-eating counterparts.
Now, how again do you get fossil footprint in a world-wide flood? In different layers?

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