Drought reveals dinosaur prints

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Drought conditions in Texas, in the US, have revealed dinosaur tracks on a riverbed.

The tracks were found at the Dinosaur Valley State Park. Experts believe the prints are 113 million years old and belong to a dinosaur known as the Acrocanthosaurus.

The tracks would normally be hidden under water and mud, and haven’t been seen for 22 years.

The tracks found on the riverbed are known as “lone ranger” tracks. This means that just one dinosaur made them while walking across the state park.

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