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Paddy Island Dinosaur Footprints Found June 28, 2001
Tides and Weather Permitting…
Prints 1-3 (6/28/01)
Prints 2-4 (6/28/01)
Print 1 (6/28/01)
Print 2 (6/28/01)
Print 2 - blurry (6/28/01)
Print 4 - blurry (6/28/01)
Print 4 – good, close-up (6/28/01)
Print 4 – good, not a close-up view (6/28/01)
Print 2 (6/28/01)
Print 3 (6/28/01)
Where print “0” would have been (6/28/01)
Possible claw scratch marks (6/28/01)
Possible claw marks (6/28/01)
Prints 1-4 (6/28/01)
Prints 2-4 & isolated print (encircled) (6/28/01)
Prints “0” and 1-3 (6/28/01)
(6/28/01) Tambia burrow
We were looking for rare microfossils, i. e., ostracodes, in the thin, discontinuous shales. Some other, poorly preserved, arthropod fossils were found.
End of Field Trip
Paddy Island Dinosaur Footprints June 29, Tides and Weather Permitting…
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