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International paleontology team discovers tiny cat-sized stegosaur – Phys.org

A single footprint left by a cat-sized dinosaur around 100 million years ago has been discovered in China by an international team of paleontologists.

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A single footprint left by a cat-sized dinosaur around 100 million years ago has been discovered in China by an international team of paleontologists.
University of Queensland researcher Dr Anthony Romilio was part of the team that investigated the   track, originally found by Associate Professor Lida Xing from the China University of Geosciences (Beijing). 
“This footprint was made by a herbivorous, armored dinosaur known broadly as a stegosaur the family of dinosaurs that includes the famed stegosaurus,”…

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