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The world's largest dinosaur footprint has been uncovered in the Mongolian desert. Nearly the size of a full grown man, the footprint is said to belong to the Titanosaur, which lived on earth approximately 70 to 90 million years ago.
This discovery was made by a group of researchers from Japan and Mongolia at the Gobi Desert. The Okayama University of Science has been involved in the study along with the Mongolian Academy of Science. Most of the discoveries on dinosaur footprints were made in the Mongolian dessert. Yet, this fossil discovery of the Titanosaur is their biggest to date.
Most of the discoveries on dinosaur footprints were made in the Mongolian dessert.