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A protoceratopsid skeleton with an associated track from the Upper Cretaceous of Mongolia

A protoceratopsid skeleton with an associated track from the Upper Cretaceous of Mongolia

Cretaceous Research 33(1): 0-10

ISSN/ISBN: 0195-6671

DOI: 10.1016/j.cretres.2011.07.001

The Djadokhta Formation of the Gobi Desert is known for the number and diversity of dinosaur and other vertebrate bones and skeletons found there, but only theropod, hadrosaur and supposed ankylosaurid footprints have been reported from this stratum. Dinosaur footprints are also noted from the Nemegt Formation, and occur as typical dinosaur track acumulations (tracksites). An articulated protoceratopsid skeleton - specimen ZPAL Mg D-II/3 - was collected by the Polish-Mongolian Expedition of 1965 from the Djadokhta Formation of Flaming Cliffs in Mongolia. Recently, the natural cast of a tetradactyl digitigrade footprint was found underneath the pelvic girdle while the skeleton. Highlights: Description of new specimen of the Late Cretaceous dinosaur footprint from Mongolia. Natural cast of protoceratopsid footprint. First find of a dinosaur track in close association with an articulated skeleton.

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