113 million-year-old dinosaur track exposed due to drought

A drought that has turned vast areas of the American West into a tinderbox has unveiled a discovery in Texas

The prints were mostly left by Acrocanthosaurus - a theropod that is 15 feet . stood and weighed 7 tons 

They emerged in recent weeks as the Palxi River dried up almost completely in much of dinosaur valley state park in Glen Rose

The tracks are only the latest discoveries uncovered by falling water levels due to droughts in both the US and abroad

The tracks belonged to dinosaur Sauroposidon, 60 feet long and weighing more than 97,000 pounds

A Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife spokesman said in an email.

"Being able to discover these discoveries and experience new dinosaur tracks is always an exciting time in the park!" added Garcia.

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