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    World's Biggest Dinosaur Footprint Found in ‘Australia's Jurassic Park’

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    Aussie scientists discovered a massive footprint left by a dinosaur, measuring 1.7 meters in length, which makes it the biggest dinosaur footprint ever found!

    The unprecedented discovery was made in northwestern Australia, on the 25-kilometer stretch of the Dampier Peninsula Coastline, which has been dubbed "Australia's Jurassic Park." Researchers say they have identified 21 different groups of dinosaur tracks here in total.

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