World’s Smallest Fossilized Footsteps Are From Diminutive Tetrapod


(A-D) Amphisauropus (E-H) Dromopus lacertoides

Fossilized imprints and trackways record the movement and behavior of species long extinct. An amateur paleontologist discovered a fossil that has allowed others to follow the steps of a tiny 315-million year old tetrapod from the Carboniferous period.

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