Geologists from the University of Utah have identified a "dinosaur dance floor" within the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument on the Arizona-Utah border.
The area, covering approximately three-quarters of an acre, contains thousands of dinosaur footprints dating from the early Jurassic period; over 190 million years ago.
Researches say the location was a place dinosaurs would have enjoyed and have identified four different types of print in an area, which is believed to have once been a watering hole in the midst of a Sahara-like desert.
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