Dinosaur footprints from the Duntulm Formation (Bathonian, Jurassic) of the Isle of Skye

@article{Clark2004DinosaurFF,
  title={Dinosaur footprints from the Duntulm Formation (Bathonian, Jurassic) of the Isle of Skye},
  author={N. Clark and P. Booth and C. L. Booth and D. A. Ross},
  journal={Scottish Journal of Geology},
  year={2004},
  volume={40},
  pages={13 - 21}
}
  • N. Clark, P. Booth, +1 author D. A. Ross
  • Published 2004
  • Geology
  • Scottish Journal of Geology
  • Synopsis The first in situ dinosaur tracks from Scotland were discovered at the top of the Duntulm Formation (Bathonian, Jurassic) near to Staffin in northeastern Skye. Fifteen individual tridactyl footprints were recorded of which two pairs appear to have been part of the same trackway. The footprints are preserved as natural moulds on a mud-cracked sandstone surface. The individual track sizes range from about 30 cm to over 50 cm in length with narrow to broad digits suggestive of having been… CONTINUE READING
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