This video was commissioned by the Texas Natural Science Center of The University of
Texas at Austin.

Produced by:
Juan Elizondo
Rachael Louise Schroeder
David De Hoyos

The Texas Natural Science Center’s Glen Rose Dinosaur Tracks were made 112 million years ago by two dinosaurs, a sauropod and theropod, walking through coastal mud that is now exposed rock along the Paluxy River in Glen Rose, Texas.The Glen Rose tracks are among the finest examples of dinosaur trackways ever discovered.

To preserve the Glen Rose Dinosaur Tracks, the slab must be removed from its present location, treated and relocated inside a climate-controlled and environmentally safe building.

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