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Good news everyone!


Yesterday, Natural England announced that the dinosaur footprints and tracks, which are at Ardley Trackways, near Bicester in Oxfordshire alongside the M40, will become England's newest geological conservation site. It's the first site to be designated as what the U.K. calls a "Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI)," based on its geological features alone.


Full article here.

Although, LOL @
British motorists zooming down the M40 Motorway between London and Birmingham drive right past the fossilized footprints of Brachiosaurus and Tyrannosaurus

Suuuuuuuuuuure they did..........
Maybe Lusotitan and Megalosaurus would be better bets.

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