TTU Student Helps Preserve Dino Tracks in Texas

According to the Glen Rose Reporter, Tennessee paleontologists are helping preserve dinosaur tracks for future generations. Last week, a group led by Cookeville-based paleontologist Jerry Jacene visited Glen Rose to continue field work at the Joanna’s Dinosaur Track Site. TTU undergraduate Tyler Riggle helped create trackway molds. Check out some of his photos below:

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A sauropod trackway in Glen Rose, Texas.

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TTU earth science undergraduate Tyler Riggle helps create molds of dinosaur trackways in Glen Rose, Texas.

To read more about the ongoing work at Joanna’s Track Site, click here.

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