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Dave The Slave
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This was found a few years back while beach combing and had fallen from a cliff on the Jurassic coast.The cast from the footprint of a larger swan type wading bird ?
9'' ,long, 2" span at heel, 7" span at toes.
Did try to send this to the BBC when they had the 3 night broadcast live from Charmouth a few weeks back but had upload problems.
Mrix saw this in a reply to his Fossil find, prior to launching the Fossil section.
Thanks for looking,
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That is fantastic!!! Absolutely love it - and i'm loving this new section of the forum.
Might pop a few of mine on when I get chance!
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Could it be a print from a Gallimimus, a herbivore about 4 metres long? I've shown a print from it, but I've run out of pics allowance for today, so can't show the dino itself! Apparently they were running around the South Coast.
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That is a brilliant find .
I walk , I dig , I find ....naff all !
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What a lovely & different find,
Well done Dave.
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What a great find.
Mucky equinox600- brand new spade and two dodgy elbows ,iffy knees
................And a bucket of optimism..........