Dinosaur Tracks

On the Farm Otjihaenamaparero, in south of  Kalkfeld, you can have a look on this tracks. Dinosaur track 1951 they became declared as National Monument.
Dinosaur Track
"Some 200 million years ago, a variety of reptiles lived in southern africa. Amongst wihich were dinosaurs that walked on their hind legs. Here, their tracks are visible in Etjo Sandstone, formed from wind-deposited sand which was redistributed by irregular rains. The animals left their tracks on rain-soaked sand or on the shores of ancient lakes. Through the ages this sand, with the tracks, was gradally covered by layers of sediment, and hardened into stone. Erosion has subsequently exposed the tracks." (National Monuments Council) Dinosaur footprint
Dinosaur Footprint
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