The Burdick Print

Description: In the early part of the 20th century locals in the Paluxy River region discovered a large number of dinosaur footprints in ancient limestone beds. The locals also reported finding human tracks in the same area.

It has unanimously been agreed that the dinosaur tracks and the possible human tracks are in the same strata and from the same time period. This sparked a large debate between the creationists and evolutionists. While many of the tracks are still in-situ in the Paluxy Region, The Burdick track and other tracks were removed from the area by Al Berry in 1938 because they were in danger of being destroyed due to construction. The Burdick Track is currently located at the Creation Evidence Museum.