Described as a treasure trove by the Polish-National Institute of Geology, the fossil remains and bones were found in an open-cast clay deposit at Borkowice, 130 km (80 mi) south of Warsaw. .
Geologist Grzegorz Niedzwiedzki said: “In the traces left by dinosaurs, you can read their behavior and habits … we have the tracks of dinosaurs running, swimming, resting and sitting.” geologist Grzegorz Niedzwiedzki said.
The largest footprint of the carnivorous dinosaur was 40 centimeters (15.7 inches) long, and in many cases the skin could be seen in detail.
“To be able to maintain such a state, a very special sequence of events must have occurred in a short time,” said geologist Grzegorz Pienkowski.
Hundreds of dinosaur tracks, representing at least seven species, have been found, and geologists say they are likely to find more. They have also discovered bone fragments from animals and fish.