Travel by Ferries to Dunkerque to See Discovered Foot prints of Dinosaur in France09.10.2009
Now, in France, fans of Jurassic Park films will be thrilled when they take a break to make holidaying in France. Dinosaur lovers are thanking for is discovery and the new dinosaur footprints formed more than 150 million years ago.
People travelling to France for a holiday break can get to experience the Jura plateau where the giant marks were made by sauropods, which were long-necked herbivores, according to archaeologists.
The National Centre for Scientific Research stated, "Further digs will be carried out in the coming years and they may reveal that the site at Plagne is one of the biggest of its kind in the world."
Scientists identified those places and could say authentically that the footprints belong to the Jurassic period after they were exposed to light as trees were felled in the area.
The Ciné Privé event which sees local people from the region screening movies in their homes will be entertained for film fans who travel to Ghent .
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