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Added in: december 2013
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At Red Gulch approximately 125 dinosaur tracks can be seen with some 1,000 individual footsteps. The tracks are from the Middle Jurassic period and most are made ​​by carnivorous dinosaurs (Theropods) who walked on two legs. The exact species are not known. The tracks are roughly 167 million years old and were created along a former ocean coastline. The limestone with the tracks has been tilted by the influence of tectonic forces in the geological past.

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Red Gulch is located about 12 kilometers south-east of Greybull in northern Wyoming. The site can be reached best using the byway from the north.

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