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Texas drought exposes dinosaur tracks
As a punishing drought grips parts of the world this summer, bodies of water have been drying up, exposing submerged World War II relics in Europe, several sets of human remains at Lake Mead outside Las Vegas, and even an entire village in Spain.
The latest find as water levels fall: dinosaur tracks in Texas.
Similar tracks have been found in British Columbia and South America, said James Farlow, a vertebrae paleontologist and adjunct biology professor at Purdue University Fort Wayne.
Read the story in The New York Times (subscription required).