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WHERE TO SEE DINOSAUR FOOTPRINTS AND HUNT FOR FOSSILS IN THE UK

he very first dinosaur to be scientifically described and named was found in Oxfordshire. The discovery of the large carnivore, Megalosaurus — unearthed by geologist

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