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Grallator Variabilis track

Grallator variabilis is a small theropod dinosaur that lived during the Early Jurassic period. Its tracks are three-toed and vary in size, with the longest toe measuring between 12 and 20mm in length. They are distinctively round in shape, with a narrow heel and a wide, circular main pad. Although the tracks are usually found alone, multiple prints may sometimes be present in the same trackway. This one is a partiucularly nice print that is incredibly visible from all angles.

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