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Tracks Tell A Dainty Dinosaur Tale

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Tracks Tell A Dainty Dinosaur Tale

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Tracks Tell A Dainty Dinosaur Tale

Tracks Tell A Dainty Dinosaur Tale

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Did you assume that dinosaurs didn't eat like ladies and gentlemen? In 2004, scientists discovered some dinosaur tracks in St. George, Utah. Now paleontologists say those tracks reveal that dinosaurs of the early Jurassic period didn't just lower their heads and start guzzling when they were hungry.