World's biggest dinosaur footprints found in 'Australia's Jurassic Park'

World's biggest dinosaur footprints found in 'Australia's Jurassic Park'

Scientists have published details of the world's biggest dinosaur footprints found in what has been dubbed "Australia’s Jurassic Park", The Telegraph reports.

A team of palaeontologists identified an unprecedented 21 different types of dinosaur tracks, including the only confirmed evidence for stegosaurs in Australia, on a 25-kilometre stretch of a remote coastline north of Broome.

"Nowhere else has as many different types of dinosaurs represented by tracks than Walmadany [James Price Point] has," said Dr Steve Salisbury, the lead author of the study, using the name given to the area by its traditional owners.