Footprint of two-toed dinosaur "found on Folkestone shore"

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A dinosaur footprint thought to be the first of its kind discovered in the UK has been found off the coast of Kent.

The fossilised imprint was found by an amateur fossil hunter, Philip Hadland, near the Warren at Folkestone.

Peter Whittlesea spoke to geologist Phil Hadland and fossil expert Dr Alasdair Bruce.

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