On the hunt for tetrapod footprints

I wrote a blog piece for the Flinders University Palaeontology Society’s (FUPS) journal, “Beer n’ Bones” about our fieldwork trip last year to Victoria in search of tetrapod trackways.

We visited the Grampians and Coopracambra National Parks and I was lucky enough to have my first ever HELICOPTER RIDE! You can read it in full by following the link below: http://flinderspalaeosoc.org/tetrapodtracks/

Zalchemie

Figure 1: A model showing what the makers of the Polish Zachełmie trackways may have looked like in the Geological Museum of the State Geological Institute in Warsaw, Poland. (Photo: A. Clement).

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