Fossil footprints may put lizards on two feet 110 million years ago

But the prints aren’t clear-cut, others say

fossil footprints

IMPRINTS  Scientists think that these fossilized footprints may represent the earliest evidence of a lizard running on two legs. Here, a front print (left) and a back print (right) are shown.

H. Lee et al/Scientific Reports 2018

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