The largest dinosaur footprints that the world has ever seen were recently found in Australia. They are attributed to a herbivore called a sauropod and are five feet and nine inches long.
The footprints were found by some paleontologists from The University of Queensland and James Cook University in Northwestern Austrailia on the Dampier Peninsula coastline. Within a 16-mile area, there were 21 different types of tracks found.
The scientists added that the tracks in the area are thought to be 90 and 115 million years old.
— CNN (@CNN) March 27, 2017