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Thousands of Dino Tracks Found in Alaska - The dino tracks were preserved in "natural casts" formed after the creatures stepped in mud, and sand filled in their footprints. The result? Fossils that look like "blobs with toes," Druckenmiller said. Here, a hind foot print of an herbivorous dinosaur.

Thousands of Dino Tracks Found in Alaska - The dino tracks were preserved in "natural casts" formed after the creatures stepped in mud, and sand filled in their footprints. The result? Fossils that look like "blobs with toes," Druckenmiller said. Here, a hind foot print of an herbivorous dinosaur.

Travel Canada | Alberta | Badlands | Dinosaur Fossils | Road Trip

48 Hours in Canadian Badlands with 2017 Ford Escape (Part 2

STATION 2: Three nests (one for each group) with "dino eggs" that kids have to help hatch.

5 Awesome Dinosaur Party Activities

University of Alaska Museum of the North examining Cretaceous rock along the Yukon River (Credit: Pat Druckenmiller)

University of Alaska Museum of the North examining Cretaceous rock along the Yukon River (Credit: Pat Druckenmiller)

Paleontologists just discovered this dinosaur's fossils in the frigid, upper reaches of Alaska.

New Dinosaur Species Probably Endured Snow and Darkness for Months on End

Paleontologists just discovered this dinosaur's fossils in the frigid, upper reaches of Alaska.

Paleontologists found four small fragments of dino fossils, proving the acidic soil 70 million years ago could have preserved bones in Denali National Park Alaska

First Dinosaur Fossils Discovered in Alaska's Denali National Park

Paleontologists found four small fragments of dino fossils, proving the acidic soil 70 million years ago could have preserved bones in Denali National Park Alaska

Dinosaur fossils found in Denali Park for first time

Dinosaur fossils found in Denali Park for first time

Only lonely TN dinosaur

Only lonely TN dinosaur

Artist's conception of how the trace fossils were formed roughly 70 million years ago.

Huge Trove of Dinosaur Footprints Discovered in Alaska

Artist's conception of how the trace fossils were formed roughly 70 million years ago.

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