Previously, the traces left by the lizard to 3 meters high and 5-7 meters in length.
Footprints of the carnivorous dinosaur Eubrontes Gleneronsensis from the suborder theropoda left 150 million years ago, discovered by scientists in the North-West of India in Rajasthan.
Chain fossilized three-toed prints were found in the middle of Thar desert near Jaisalmer a group of scientists of the division of Geology and Zoology at the local University Jai Narain Vias.
“We have found three-toed footprints of a dinosaur with powerful claws and large pillows, with fingers larger than 30 inches. According to preliminary estimates, they left the lizard to 3 meters high and 5-7 meters in length, lived on the coast,” said Dr. Singh Virendra Parihar.
One of the main tasks of the expedition was the discovery in India of fossils of flying and marine reptiles, not previously encountered here and the pool Katch, and also geological formation Baisakhi in the district of Jaisalmer is considered an extremely appropriate places. Tar or it is also called Great Indian desert, is particularly interesting geological and historical sense, to study fossils, as in this area the sea was at least four times over the last 280 million years of the Triassic, Cretaceous, and Cenozoic periods. It is left in the deposits of the numerous fossilized fragments of plants and animals.
Gleneronsensis Eubrontes tracks were discovered in India for the first time, although they had previously met around the world – in France, Poland, Slovakia, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Australia and the USA.