Dinosaur tracks show them walking with their feet directly under their bodies, like mammals and birds, not extended out to the side in the manner of modern reptiles.


Dinosaur tracks show them walking with their feet directly under their bodies, like mammals and birds, not extended out to the side in the manner of modern reptiles.

A. Dinosaur tracks show them walking with their feet directly under their bodies, like

B. Dinosaur tracks show that they walked with their feet directly under their bodies, as do

C. Dinosaurs left tracks that showed them walking with their feet directly under their bodies, like

D. The tracks that dinosaurs left show that they walked with their feet directly under their bodies, as do

E. In the tracks they left, dinosaurs are shown walking with their feet under their bodies, like


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Correct Answer: D

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