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Some of the 500 dinosaur tracks, about 100 million years old, at Clayton Lake in the northeast corner of the state. They were mostly plant eaters, like duckbills, but a few meat-eating dinosaurs were also present. (Courtesy of New Mexico Tourism Department)

Some of the 500 dinosaur tracks, about 100 million years old, at Clayton Lake in the northeast corner of the state. They were mostly plant eaters, like duckbills, but a few meat-eating dinosaurs were also present. (Courtesy of New Mexico Tourism Department)

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