Definition of trackway
1 : a beaten or trodden path
2 : a series of fossil footprints (as of a dinosaur)
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Xing has reported the oldest sauropod trackways and ornithischian prints found in China.
BART officials said crews will be rebuilding the trackway between the two Oakland stations, a project that began in April and is expected to last through July.
The Goolarabooloo have known about the fossil trackways for millennia.
Early evidence for complex social structure in Proboscidea from a late Miocene trackway site in the United Arab Emirates.
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