Large Double-Sided Dinosaur Trackway / Multi-Eubrontes & Grallator / Connecticut
Large Double-Sided Dinosaur Trackway / Multi-Eubrontes & Grallator / Connecticut
Large Double-Sided Dinosaur Trackway / Multi-Eubrontes & Grallator / Connecticut
Large Double-Sided Dinosaur Trackway / Multi-Eubrontes & Grallator / Connecticut
Large Double-Sided Dinosaur Trackway / Multi-Eubrontes & Grallator / Connecticut
Large Double-Sided Dinosaur Trackway / Multi-Eubrontes & Grallator / Connecticut
Large Double-Sided Dinosaur Trackway / Multi-Eubrontes & Grallator / Connecticut
Large Double-Sided Dinosaur Trackway / Multi-Eubrontes & Grallator / Connecticut
Large Double-Sided Dinosaur Trackway / Multi-Eubrontes & Grallator / Connecticut

Large Double-Sided Dinosaur Trackway / Multi-Eubrontes & Grallator / Connecticut

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Age: 200 Million Years Old

Location: Connecticut River Valley, Connecticut

Species: Large Eubrontes, and raised casts on the back from Gallators

*** Collected May 29th, 2019. Comes with certificate of Authenticity***

The Connecticut River Valley is rich in fossil history from the Late Triassic and Early Jurassic Periods. The tracks have been lightly polished in a clear sheen to increase visibility on the lighter Impressions, but washes off in hot and soapy water.

Eubrontes footprints are believed to have been made by Dilophosaurus (or a dinosaur similar), while Grallator Tracks are believed to have been made by Podokesaurus.

Comes with a framed signed document.

Eubrontes ("True Thunder")

These tracks were made by a large, bipedal, carnivorous, Theropod dinosaur similar to a Dilophosaurus and are among the most common tracks found in the valley. These dinosaurs probably reached a length of 20 feet .

The animal that made these Eubrontes tracks was one of the first large meat-eating dinosaurs . Scientists studying these tracks have compared the tracks to the foot skeleton of the well-known dinosaur Dilophosaurus . They have noted that the foot skeleton of the Dilophosaurus seems to fit nicely into these footprints . Thus it is likely that an animal similar to the Dilophosaurus made the Eubrontes tracks. Dilophosaurus is best known for its role in Jurassic Park , where it ate the computer expert in the jeep. It's the valley dinosaur that went to Hollywood and made it big.