Dr David Norman: dinosaur footprints on the Isle of Skye

David Norman

Dr Norman was interviewed by the BBC TV NEWS on 3 April about dinosaur footprints recently discovered on the Isle of Skye.  He described the general significance of the variety of these Jurassic dinosaur footprints:  belonging to giant sauropods (plant-eating 'brontosaurs'), theropods (meat-eating predators) and [possibly] ornithopods (smaller plant eaters) and how they were likely to have been preserved on the rocks.  Watch his interview by clicking on this link