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Footprint of cat-sized stegosaur from 100 million years ago is found in China – Yahoo New Zealand News

The single footprint in China is the smallest of its kind ever found, University of Queensland researchers said.

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The creature was about the size of a cat. (University of Queensland)
In Hollywood films, dinosaurs tend to be huge, lumbering armoured beasts but researchers have uncovered a footprint left by a stegosaurus-like creature no bigger than a cat. 
The single footprint was left 100 million years ago in China and is the smallest of its kind ever found, the University of Queensland researchers said. 
The little dinosaur may have walked very differently from others in its family, the researchers believe.

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