Published: Nov. 15, 2018

GES Professor Emeritus Martin Lockly and colleagues recently published, "Smallest known raptor tracks suggest microraptorine activity in lakeshore setting" (SREP-18-00209) has been scheduled for online publication in Scientific Reports. The paper is the collaborative efforts of an international team of palaeontologists, and studies the world's smallest dinosaur tracks. The discovery (by lead author Kyung Soo Kim of the Chinju National University of Education, South Korea) is of 110-million-year-old footprints and trackways made by carnivorous dinosaurs popularly known as raptors.