Monday, Feb 12 • 12:32 p.m. (ET)
Amateur paleontologist Ray Stanford was driving out of a parking lot in Greenbelt, Maryland when he spotted a fossilized dinosaur print in a piece of sandstone. He joins us to discuss his recently published study of the slab containing some 70 dinosaur footprints (which are from the Cretaceous period, actually, as he will explain).
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