In what northern locale were dinosaur footprints found in 1960?

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Chapter International Dinosaur Discoveries

The Arctic island of West Spitzbergen (Svalbard) is where an international team of geologists discovered dinosaur footprints in 1960. These tracks were thought to have been made by an Iguanodon, an early Cretaceous period dinosaur.


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