Ancient tracks lead to better understanding of how Arctic dinos lived

This summer, three scientists ventured to the foot of the Aleutian Mountain range to collect evidence that dinosaurs once roamed the southern coast of the Alaska Peninsula. They hope to reconstruct the ancient ecosystem that allowed dinosaurs to thrive here for tens of thousands of years. 

As Emily Schwing reports, their research might also provide vital clues about the impact of ancient climate change as Alaska rapidly warms today. 

Matt Faubion is a multimedia journalist at Alaska Public Media. Reach him at Read more about Matt here.

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