Yes, These Are Huge Dinosaur Tracks In Scotland; No, It's Not Nessie
Newly discovered dinosaur tracks on a Scottish island offer a new window into a murky stretch of natural history.By Sebastian Martinez | December 1, 2015
This is paleontologist Steve Brusatte.
He stumbled across dinosaur tracks while on a site on the Scottish Isle of Skye.
Brusatte described the discovery: "We were walking back, and we saw this big depression in the rock that kind of looked like a pothole. And then we saw another one and another one and another one in this zigzag kind of sequence, and it dawned on us ... these are footprints and hand prints left by this biggest dinosaurs of all, these long-necked potbellied sauropod dinosaurs." (Video via Discovery)