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Jurassic dinosaurs could have been dispersed between Africa and Europe 145 years ago
Dinosaur footprints found in several European countries, very similar to others in Morocco, suggest that they could have been dispersed between the two continents by land masses separated by a shallow sea more than 145 million years ago. Scientists have identified a type of large and slender footprints with a size of 30-50 cm and other gigantic and robust footprints measuring more than 50 cm. How did the dinosaurs pass between Laurasia and Gondwana? The answer is problematic.