There was a pretty interesting "popular" article in the September 1998
issue of Scientific American about this site and these footprints. It
focuses, of course, on the famous hominid footprints - No mention of
dinosaurs. : )
A more technical account by anthropologist Tim White and Gen Suwacan be
found in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology 72:485-514; 1987
Allen Roy wrote:
> > From: David Campbell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Depending on what strata are assigned to the Flood, a more extreme
> > footprint problem is present in the Pliocene of East Africa.
> > famous for hominid footprints, has tracks of everything from
> elephants to
> > millipedes. National Geographic had an article several years ago.
> I remember see that years ago too. It would be interesting to study
> layer in detail. I thought I was a layer of lava. ?