Amphibian Trackway

This rare amphibian trackway was found in a strip mine of the Bakerstown Coal (Conemaugh Group) Pennsylvanian, Tucker County, WV. The tracks were found in 1982, and show how this small amphibian walked across a mud-flat in prehistoric WV. The original specimens are housed at Carnegie Museum, WV Geological Survey and the Smithsonian. These tracks are under study and pending naming go by the nickname Tucker. 



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Amphibian Trackway 

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9 feet long divided in 3 parts
Item 769 

Category: Replicas
Phylum: Vertebrates
Class: Amphibians

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