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What is Eubrontes?

Eubrontes (Hitchcock, 1845) is the name of fossilised dinosaur footprints known from France, Poland, Slovakia, Italy, Spain, Australia (Queensland) and the USA.

Possibly synonymous with Grallator and a whole host of other names, Eubrontes dates from somewhere between the Late Triassic and Early Jurassic. The dinosaur that made them is a complete mystery but we know it had three toes.
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Atkinson, L. "DinoChecker FAQ entry :: What is Eubrontes?"
http://www.dinochecker.com/dinosaurfaqs/what-is-eubrontes›. Web access: 16th Dec 2017.
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