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7,500-year-old pearl found in Neolithic grave. The oldest pearl yet found has been discovered in a neolithic grave unearthed in the United Arab Emirates. Discovered in the Emirate of Umm al Quwain, United Arab Emirates (UAE), the pearl was believed to have originated between 5547 and 5235 BC.
One of the best dinosaur trackway sites in the world is preserved at Lark Quarry, 110 km southwest of Winton, central western Queensland. Over 3000 individual footprints are preserved on a trackway surface, roughly the size of a tennis court. It is the most concentrated set of dinosaur footprints in the world.