A guest finds dinosaur footprints in a Chinese restaurant | cooking and eating

A committed restaurant has discovered 100 million-year-old dinosaur footprints in southern China.

Au Hongtao, a dinosaur enthusiast, noticed marked differences in elevation in the ground in the restaurant’s garden in Leshan City, Xinhua news agency reported. Later, a team of professional paleontologists confirmed the discovery.

According to experts, these are prints of two sauropods, herbivorous dinosaurs that reached about 8 meters in length and had a long neck. According to Lida Xing, who led the research team, this is the first time that dinosaur footprints have been discovered in Leshan.

Before the restaurant opened, there was a chicken farm on the property. Then the tracks were hidden under a layer of sand and mud.

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