Scientists from Okayama University have discovered one of the largest dinosaur footprints ever. It is believed to belong to a Titanosaur.
Measuring over a metre long, this whopper of a footprint is estimated to date back around 70 million years.
The scientists say it will give them “new clues about these huge giant creatures that roamed the earth millions of years ago.”
There have been other discoveries of this size in the past but this particular one is very well preserved with three clear claw marks.
A long-necked Herbivore
Estimated to measure 30 metres long and 20 metres tall
Lived during the late Cretaceous period
Weighed around 70 tonnes