This iconic fossil three toed dinosaur footprint is known as a Grallator print - and ichnogenus - as the species of dinosaur cannot always be identified. The imprint is very clear showing great detail of the underside of the foot which is on a wonderfully dimpled flat patterned matrix which in most likelyhood was an ancient floodplain. This was probably made by a raptor which lived in the late Triassic (Upper Triassic) that stood on its two hind legs.
Dimensions: 250mm (W) x 150 (H)
Age: Upper Triassic
Location: Lazere, France