New Largest Dinosaur Footprint Discovered In Australia

March 28, 2017


Seen here looking suspiciously like just the ground, this is allegedly a shot (with outline and color added)of the largest dinosaur footprint discovered to date, unearthed in a region of Australia nicknamed 'Australia's Jurassic Park', which is a misnomer because all the dinosaurs there have been dead for tens of millions of years. What a disappointing vacation that would be. I'd demand a full refund for the cost of admission, plus steal as many bones as I could carry, which is a lot because I'm actually a donkey. This particular footprint measures a staggering 5-feet 9-inches in length, or roughly the size your penis would be after two reduction surgeries. Feel free to use that quote on your résumé if you want to.

Thanks to c, who wants to know how you tell a dinosaur footprint from a hole in the ground.

  • digidude

    How lucky is that guy?... the dinosaur just barely missed stepping on him!

  • Jenness

    Oh come on, everyone knows that is a mutated Nephilim footprint. Give me a break. (Seriously though, pretty sure they just get really fucking high and just make shit up at a wild party and then go with it the next day knowing that their response can always be "Are you a Ph.D educated blah blah dinosaur bone blah with x years of experience and blah blah? No....well the shut the fuck up."

  • ToyBoxofGuns

    That doesn't quite look like a dinosaur track, and if it is, it's one of a theropod, which would mean it's either a theropod with extremely giant feet, or a theropod that's bigger than most massive sauropods (not possible).


  • Yea, all of that is "questionable". This image I'd say is more along the lines of "bullshit" though, so you are all good.

  • TheQiwiMan

    How do we know that's not just a super tiny Australian man???


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