** Museum Quality Double-Sided Fossil Dinosaur Trackway with Positive slabs!
** Museum Quality Double-Sided Fossil Dinosaur Trackway with Positive slabs!
** Museum Quality Double-Sided Fossil Dinosaur Trackway with Positive slabs!
** Museum Quality Double-Sided Fossil Dinosaur Trackway with Positive slabs!
** Museum Quality Double-Sided Fossil Dinosaur Trackway with Positive slabs!
** Museum Quality Double-Sided Fossil Dinosaur Trackway with Positive slabs!
** Museum Quality Double-Sided Fossil Dinosaur Trackway with Positive slabs!
** Museum Quality Double-Sided Fossil Dinosaur Trackway with Positive slabs!
** Museum Quality Double-Sided Fossil Dinosaur Trackway with Positive slabs!
** Museum Quality Double-Sided Fossil Dinosaur Trackway with Positive slabs!
** Museum Quality Double-Sided Fossil Dinosaur Trackway with Positive slabs!
** Museum Quality Double-Sided Fossil Dinosaur Trackway with Positive slabs!
** Museum Quality Double-Sided Fossil Dinosaur Trackway with Positive slabs!

** Museum Quality Double-Sided Fossil Dinosaur Trackway with Positive slabs!

Regular price $10,000.00 Sale

Age: 205-200 Million Years Old (Early Jurassic)
Location: Connecticut River Valley, Massachusetts
Ichnogenus: Grallator 
Species: Theropod dinosaur species, possibly podokesaurus or similar
Slab Size: 20” x 29” x 2” (large slab) & the positive impressions are smaller isolated pieces 
Average Footprint Size: 8”x 4”

No. of Tracks: 5+

  This is a very impressive fossil dinosaur footprints made by theropod dinosaurs in the early Jurassic similar to/ or what very well could be Podokesaurus holyokensis.

 This is a fossil trackway made be a handful of different individuals, which is very uncommon. This specimen is museum quality and very special. 

  The original footprints were discovered, amongst others, by a farm boy, Pliny Moody. E.B. Hitchcock, a clergyman, described the Grallator footprints and others as evidence of ancient birds. Ever since that initial discovery, the Connecticut River Valley has routinely been the site of a plethora of scientific discoveries dating back to the Late Triassic & Early Jurassic periods.