Jurassic footprints found on Skye
Researchers from the University of Edinburgh have discovered a trackway of more than 100 dinosaur footprints on the Isle of Skye.
The 170-million-year-old tracks were created by sauropods, some of the largest animals ever to have walked on Earth. And the research team, led by Dr Stephen Brusatte, discovered them by chance while they were searching a rocky bay for the bones of ancient reptiles.
BBC science reporter Victoria Gill visited the remote site with the team.
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