Amazing but true- Dinosaurs knew the art of dancing
Dinosaurs knew the art of dancing
Last night I was watching Netflix and selecting the movie or a TV series I came across a title that dealt with dinosaurs meant for children. That was an excellent music and comedy that kept me engaged for almost 20 minutes. But the way it all was presented made me even more anxious. I switched the TV off and tried to find more about dinosaurs’ dancing and musical habits. And trust me- Dinosaurs knew the art of dancing!
My research brought interesting information about dinosaurs which said dinosaurs knew how to dance. It sounded so funny to me that made me curious and I wanted to go deeper into the life of dinosaurs. We all are aware that dinosaurs extinguished even before human was born but they are still a great subject for human being.
The modern science is constantly trying to learn new facts about dinosaurs. The scientists have recently found footprints from Jurassic age which give an impression that dinosaurs knew the art of dancing. I kept searching the internet and found out more about them!
Footprints in Skye Island, Scotland
The scientists have found thousands of footprints of dinosaurs at the rocks in Skye Island of Scotland dating back to Jurassic age and the heavy prints clearly has arisen their interest in dinosaurs’ lifestyle from a different angle. Some of the footprints found in Skye are up to 28 inches long that according to the scientists could be of that of sauropoda, the vegetarian specie of dinosaurs with four thick legs, long necks and tails and comparatively smaller heads, existed on earth until 170 million years from now.
All these footprints were found in the area where small water tanks existed that was proof enough that sauropoda used to walk around these water tanks and lived near them. Few of those scientists even believe that this area where the water tanks that contained very small quantity of water were used as dancing floor by dinosaurs.
Lifestyle of Sauropoda
According to rough estimates the creatures that used to dance and walk around these areas weighted approximately 15-20 tones and were 50 ft tall. Whatever their size but that specie of the dinosaurs was the biggest of all species known so far on the earth.
The scientists have all the reasons to believe that sauropoda dinosaurs preferred to live in water as their weight was too much for land but now the new found footprints have changed their views and they now believe that sauropoda lived in water no good swimmers though, but spent their time at land as well. However, the biggest creature of this earth that existed on earth for almost 100 million years still has footprint left that tells about its habits.
The way the new researches are being conducted on dinosaurs there is every possibility that in coming years we shall know lot more interesting information about this lost creature and who knows they find a way to bring them back.
I switched the TV off and tried to find more about dinosaurs’ dancing and musical habits. And trust me- Dinosaurs knew the art of dancing! Woha , they definitely knew it!