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Poachers prey on dinosaur trail

Collectors' demands spur theft of fossilized tracks

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / August 22, 2004

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GILL -- The crime scene was stark: chisel marks in shale, a pile of discarded stones, and a distinctive gap where a poacher had chipped out a three-toed footprint left by a dinosaur some 200 million years ago. (Full Article: 1150 Words)

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