Scientists studied the Dinosaur footprints found in Yorkshire, UK, which may be coming from the giant Flesh-eating animal like Megalosaurus, known as the first dinosaur according to scientific literature. About 3 feet long dinosaur footprints were found in Yorkshire in the United Kingdom, and a community of scientists is very excited after knowing about the news. These prints are located near the town of Scarborough, which is known as the Coast of Dinosaurs.
Scientists believe this dinosaur footprint is the largest from the region and will be displayed in the Rotunda Museum. This footprint was found by the local researcher Marie Woods in April 2021. She said on the Local news channel she had seen similar small prints when she goes to with her friends.
What Dr. Dean Lomax said about the Dinosaur Footprints?
She contacted many fossils experts, but they needed someone to be an expert on what she shared with them. So finally, she got Dr. Dean Lomax, a paleontologist and famous scientist, and discussed what she found on the beach. Dr. Lomax studied the footprints and concluded that the Megalosaurus probably made footprints. According to the prints, they penetrated the ground, which means they were made when trying to stand up. According to the studies, if this footprint belongs to the dinosaur, it was the most significant footprint found ever.