Dino Tracks Discovered

By Mandi Dietz

Someday, Springtown, “where country meets living,” may give Glen Rose, the Dinosaur Capital of Texas, a run for its money, considering a treasure of dinosaur tracks found a couple years ago.

A mother-daughter combo searching for arrowheads in Walnut Creek noticed the tracks, which eventually became visible after much erosion and at a time when water flow dwindled, exposing dry ground.

They were “discovered or rediscovered, depending who you talk to,” said Marcia Garcia with Springtown’s Chamber of Commerce., but this time around, officials evaluated and proclaimed the three-toed prints official.

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