Long-necked monsters roamed more than Scotland’s lochs

Fossil footprints put scientists on sauropods’ trail

sauropod tracks and cast

Tracks made by sauropods some 170 million years ago crisscross a swath of land in Scotland (left); a sediment cast of one track (right) stretched longer than 35 centimeters (lens cap is 5 centimeters wide).

Steve Brusatte

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