[N] 2004 Baltic footprints
A pair of Jurassic dinosaur footprints 170 million years in age are the first of their kind found on the Baltic Sea island of Bornholm. The largest footprint, measuring 28 inches across, belongs most likely to a sauropod, the other print was made by a ankylosaur. It is the first time in history that footprints were found on Bornholm, a rocky island that sits between southern Sweden and northern Poland. Since 2000, geologists have found a velociraptor\\\'s tooth, and the tooth from another sauropod on Bornholm.