Dinosaur Valley State Park in Texas has made a new discovery - thanks to severe drought conditions in the region.
- The dry conditions have revealed 113-million-year-old dinosaur tracks that had previously been hidden by the waters of the Paluxy River.
- Researchers say most of the tracks come from the T-Rex-like Acrocanthosaurus, while others were made by the massive, long-necked Sauroposeidon
- Scientists are trying to study as much as they can before the tracks are hidden by water once again.
- Were you a fan of dinosaurs as a child? Which ones were your favorites?