Dinosaur footprint in Iran
The dinosaurs, the gigantic creatures that lived on Earth for millions of years ago and the huge meteorite that hit Earth 65 million years ago extinct them and 75% of the Earth's living creatures. The dinosaurs dominated the Earth for about 165 million years, and a variety of them were created at different times. The idea we have in mind about these creatures is the same picture we already have seen in childhood cartoons or book stories. You might think there are no signs of dinosaurs in Iran, but this is not the case, and in the province of Kerman, so far, there have been many effects of dinosaurs, so that among the Middle Eastern countries there are some places where there is a dinosaur fossil, Come along with you. In addition, they are only appears in Places on Earth just like the Jurassic world! In the northern province of Kerman, there are a lot of coal, which shows that in the distant past here there was a plant and animal life. If you pass through the natural history museum of Kerman, you can see many fossils from animals living in this area, as well as animal tracks on past sediments. In search of finding, the remains of the dinosaurs in the area there were always only a few tracks until the first team including Iranians and Brazilians succeeded around Zarand, teeth of the meat-eater dinosaurs and a number of bones. This dinosaur, 180 million years ago, part of the trace was lost due to neglect. Prior to that, Fransschi researchers, about 40 years ago, were able to find dinosaur remains near Kerman and took it to the Natural History Museum of Paris without the knowledge of the Iranians. If you are interested in seeing the wildlife and the environment and seeing the trail of dinosaurs appealing to you, go to the Museum of Nature and Wildlife in Darabad in Tehran. This museum is open until the end of the year, from 8am to 8pm, and in the autumn between 8am and 6pm, and you can see the effects of the dinosaur footprint in addition to seeing different types of Iranian wildlife. The vegetarian dinosaur, which is 2.5 meters high and about 6 meters long, lived about 150 million years ago, and used like kangaroos only from its back legs. This trail, measuring 42 × 25 cm, with a depth of 4 cm, has been found on corrugated sandstones and found in Shemshak Kerman. In 1380, a group of experts from the museum went to Kerman to prepare a footprint to study more.