Bindi Lee Porth went to the beach with her family to collect shells and watch the sunset and ended up unearthing a 130-million-year-old dinosaur footprint instead.
The discovery of the initial print, found buried beneath the sand on Cable Beach, a popular tourist spot in Western Australia, lead Porth to unearth a series of tracks following the extinct dinosaur several strides down the beach.
“(I’m) amazed. To be connected to something from so many millions and millions of years ago is fantastic, we’re pretty happy.” Porth told ABC, adding that while she goes to the beach nearly every day, she has never seen anything like this. READ MORE.