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Tracking Dinosaurs in Texas

Last Updated on June 16, 2015 by Jody Halsted

I’m always amazed what I ‘discover’ in places I though I knew.

Like Texas. It’s a huge state, but I’ve been through much of it. So how did I miss the fact that, just an hour southwest of Fort Worth, you can follow the paths of dinosaurs in Texas?

Dinosaur tracks, and a not-so-friendly snake at Dinosaur Valley State Park near Glen Rose, Texas.
Dinosaur tracks, and a not-so-friendly snake at Dinosaur Valley State Park

Following Dinosaur Tracks in Texas

Published by Minitime

All kids, it seems, go through a ‘dinosaur phase’. And while they may not grow up to be paleontologists, the fascination with dinosaurs never completely goes away.

Dinosaur Valley State Park near Glen Rose, Texas, is one of only a handful of US sites where you can still see dinosaur tracks. Nearly 113 million years ago, at least three different species of dinosaur roamed the edge of a retreating sea. Today you can view their tracks at multiple sites along and in the Paluxy River.

Click here to continue reading about Dinosaur Valley State Park

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