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Long-Necked Dinosaurs Got Their Feet Wet Off Scottish Coast

A huge trove of dinosaur tracks discovered off the coast of Scotland offers a rare picture of the primitive ancestors of the long-necked, potbellied sauropods, the largest animals ever to walk the planet. Their massive footprints help fill in a gap in the evolutionary history of these behemoths. For 135 million years, dinosaurs ruled the Earth as the dominant terrestrial vertebrates, from about 200 million years ago until the cataclysm that wiped them out 66 million years ago. Fossil...

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