Dinosaurland, UT

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Making Tracks

Now that you've seen these giants "in the flesh," check out the footprints they left behind. At Red Fleet State Park, 10 miles north of town, take the three-quarter-mile-long Triassic Period Dinosaur Trackway that leads you to actual prints of a Dilophosaurus (dil-LAUF-o-sore-us). The dinosaur was a fast-paced, two-footed creature that stood eight-feet high. Its back feet had powerful claws that left hundreds of tracks in the area's Navajo sandstone.

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