Dinosaur tracks from the Kilmaluag Formation (Bathonian,\ud Middle Jurassic) of Score Bay, Isle of Skye, Scotland, UK
Clark, N.D.L.; Ross, D.A.; Booth, P.;
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Tracks of a juvenile theropod dinosaur with footprint lengths of between 2 and 9 cm as well as adults of the same ichnospecies with footprints of about 15–25 cm in length were found in the Bathonian (Middle Jurassic) Kilmaluag Formation of Score Bay, northwestern Trotte... View more
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