The footprint is one of many such finds that have been found in the area.
The landscape around Parrsboro’s shoreline holds fossils that are the remnants of some of the earliest dinosaurs in North America.
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To learn more about Atlantic dinosaurs, please visit the museum’s website at https://fundygeological.novascotia.ca/ or the Dinosaur State Park’s site at
The rich and famous are well known for shuffling the order of love, marriage and baby in a baby carriage, but what happens when happily ever after doesn’t work out quite the way they’d planned on?
Derek Armstrong was enjoying a relaxing stroll on a beach at Five Islands Provincial Park last month when a fellow tourist showed him a rocky remnant of the Jurassic age.
It was a 200 million-year-old fossilized footprint made by a one-metre tall, three-toed, meat-eating dinosaur, but Armstrong didn’t know that yet.