One of the longest dino tracks in the world revealed by drought in Texas state park

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Drought conditions have revealed nearly pristine dinosaur tracks at a state park in Texas.

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IF these tracks found in the Paluxy Creek bed were from millions of years ago, how it it that there are human prints being overlaid by dino prints?! I've seen photos of such instances which could not have been faked. The only logical answer: humans & dinos coexisted in a 6,000+/- time frame. And the reason very few juvenile tracks are seen among the mass collection of dinosaur fossils is because they could not move as fast as adults could, thus we see a myriad of mostly adult being discovered in the Dinosaur Alley region of the Midwest.

One site discusses this at http://paranormalistics.blogspot.com/2012/09/dinosaurs-lived-with-humans.html

Another site shows human & dinosaur prints together at https://www.genesispark.com/exhibits/evidence/paleontological/footprints/ The print displayed suggests that the dino was stalking a person, while other prints show the opposite.
 
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Humans and dinosaurs were millions of years apart. It’s settled science. Maybe this will help you….https://www.texasmonthly.com/news-politics/the-dinosaur-darwin-missed/
 
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Humans and dinosaurs were millions of years apart. It’s settled science. Maybe this will help you….https://www.texasmonthly.com/news-politics/the-dinosaur-darwin-missed/
Ummm, no. Evolutionary Scientists with their theories do not settle it. That link sheds no affirming evidence to prove what you purport, including Bird who considered them to have been copied from real tracks and overlaid upon human tracks. Thinking something to be... does not make it fact. He did just that when he surmised they could not have been "recent" and also because he was a fervent subscriber to evolution.
Both the human footprint and the dinosaur print occurred in a relatively short time, possibly within hours of one another, because the ground was still soft enough to produce these prints. If it were millions of year between the two, the human foot print would not have been affected when the dinosaur stepped on top of it. Millions of years would cause massive erosion. but because they were covered shortly after being imprinted, it retained their contours.