A DINOSAUR footprint has been uncovered in Catalonia.
The 230-million-year-old print – which shows details of claws and scales – is from an Isochirotherium, an ancestor of the crocodile family, and is said to be the best preserved ever found in Spain.
Researchers in the region have taken the print for further examination and study.
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