Counting the claws

Dinosaur footprints with three long toes and sharp claws were probably made by meat-eating dinosaurs called theropods. Can you see the points left by the claws?

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Two three-toed fossilized footprints sit next to each other in brownish-grey rock. The middle toes points directly forward. The other two are splayed 45 degrees to the side. The heels are more deeply impressed than the toes.