https://geology.utah.gov/wp-content/uploads/ugs-logo-large.png 0 0 Utah Geological Survey https://geology.utah.gov/wp-content/uploads/ugs-logo-large.png Utah Geological Survey2015-10-28 13:51:542016-08-10 16:35:04Where Dinosaurs Walked: Eight of the Best Places to See Prehistoric Footprints
Where Dinosaurs Walked: Eight of the Best Places to See Prehistoric Footprints
The dinosaur scanned the rocky ground and scrubby trees around for something to eat. Standing about 15 feet tall and 20 feet long from nose to tail, the powerful Jurassic-age was a predator on the prowl. If no meat could be found, the giant beast had other options—a plentiful cafeteria in the form of a valley dotted with trees, shrubs, ferns and mosses.