Fossilised carnivorous dinosaur footprints found in Kalasin’s Phu Faek forest

View of Wat Phu Sing in Kalasin, Thailand

View of Wat Phu Sing in Kalasin, Thailand. Photo: icon0 com.

More than 10 fossilised footprints, believed to have belonged to a species of carnivorous dinosaur, have been found in a huge sand stone bed in Phu Faek forest park, in Na Khu district of Thailand’s north-eastern province of Kalasin.

According to the Department of Mineral Resources, Damrongsak Chusrithong, the head of the forest park, and officials went to the park to investigate, after a villager fromBan Nam Kham, in Phu Laen Chang sub-district, reported the find.

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By Thai PBS World

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