Science What happens when a dinosaur, a crocodile, and a mammal go for a drink of water?

Scientists have found tracks left by a trio of Cretaceous animals, in what is now a diamond mine in Angola.

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Octávio Mateus

A Cretaceous gang — made up of a large, long-necked dinosaur; a raccoon-size mammal; and a crocodilelike creature — plodded toward a freshwater lake during the Early Cretaceous period 118 million years ago, leaving their footprints behind in a sedimentary band of earth.