Age: 205-200 Million Years Old (Early Jurassic) Location: Connecticut River Valley, Massachusetts Ichnogenus: Eubrontes & Anomoepus Species: Possibly Dilophosaurus or similar Slab Size: 12.5” x 10” x 1” (large slab)
Largest Track: 10” x 9”
No. of Tracks: 1 large dinosaur footprint
This is a very impressive fossil dinosaur footprint made by a theropod dinosaurs in the early Jurassic similar to/ or what very well could be Dilophosaurus.
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.