Tracks of meat-eating dinosaurs found on Scottish island, shedding light on behaviours during Middle Jurassic period

It’s now a windswept island boasting pine martens, red deer and puffins. But 170 million years ago, some very different beasts were leaving their mark on the Isle of Skye.

Researchers have unearthed a new site of about 50 tracks, some as big as a car tyre, from dinosaurs that roamed the island during the Middle Jurassic.

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