Erosion has laid bare at least eight localities in Somervell County, Texas, showing dinosaur tracks in the Glen Rose limestone. It is with keen regret that this article records the disappearance of one of the most notable of these exhibits, the well known track locality at the fourth crossing of the Paluxy River, about four miles west of the town of Glen Rose. Stream erosion, which brought to view there a superb collection of tracks, continued its work too well and wiped out the exhibit as an eraser wipes out a schoolboy's blackboard drawing.
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Shuler, Ellis W.
"Dinosaur Tracks At The Fourth Crossing Of The Paluxy River Near Glen Rose, Texas,"
Field and Laboratory: Vol. 5
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