Vandals damage 165-million-year-old dinosaur tracks

Officials: Someone was trying to make plaster casts of the tracks

(KSL) – Vandals have once again targeted 165-million-year-old dinosaur tracks in Moab, Utah. The three-toed dinosaur tracks are from the Jurassic Period and sit on national forest land.

The damage was done by pouring liquid plaster into the tracks. Officials believe someone was trying to make plaster casts of the tracks.

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