ART NEWS – A team of experts was tasked with removing the dinosaur footprint out of safety concerns. Earlier this month, the organization Friends of Dinosaur Ridge realized that more than 40% of the block containing the footprint was no longer attached to a larger wall. “If it did fall, it weighs so much, it was likely going to shatter itself. So rather than going the whole winter, we decided to come down and help them pull it off,” Colton Snyder, a paleontologist with History Colorado, explained to CBS News Colorado.
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