Crocodiles in BC!

You spot an ankylosaur trackway in the rock, and Richard points out a crocodile track next to it. Crocodiles have long, inward-pointing claws. Can you see the two different tracks?

Richard: So right there is the crocodile track.

Looking up at a grey slate overhang, three parallel fossilized claw marks are visible protruding from the surface. An overlayed depth map highlights where the tracks are on the overhang. An image of a recently made crocodile track shows three similar marks in sand.

Richard: and over here, these are the little ankylosaur tracks.

Looking up at the same overhang, several small ankylosaur footprints protrude near the crocodile tracks.