Dinosaurs in Alaska
Susi Tomsich, an undergraduate at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, discovered an interesting specimen in Denali National Park this past weekend. A track from a three-toed dinosaur believed to be about 70 million years old has been discovered in Denali National Park, the first evidence that the animals roamed there, scientists said. The footprint was found June 27 by a University of Alaska Fairbanks student taking a geology field course. The fossil is 9 inches long and 6 inches wide, officials said.
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