Ancient creature stomped through Alaska — and researchers just found track to prove it

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A Titanic footprint found at a remote national monument in Alaska is the first evidence that Tyrannosaurus rex once roamed there, park rangers say.
"RAWR!" Rangers at Katmai National Park, who also oversee Aniakchak National Monument, wrote on Twitter with a photo of the footprint.
"If you saw that, would you have recognized it as a trail?" Ranger wrote. Researchers knew dinosaurs once lived in what is now Alaska, but the footprint provides the first evidence that T. rex was among them.
Aniakchak National Monument is "one of the wildest and least visited places in the national park system," rangers said.
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It surrounds the Aniakchak volcano in the Aleutian Range in southwest Alaska.
Nearby Katmai National Park contains fossils of "plants, vertebrates and invertebrates" spanning millions of years, the park said.
Many of the fossils are found in the Naknek Formation, the park's largest geological formation, which dates back to the Jurassic period.
But the formation also includes Cretaceous fossils similar to those found of duck-billed dinosaurs in Aniakchak National Monument.
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