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The Dinosaur Fossil Pit Fossil Tracks of the Coelophysis The fossil tracks housed in the dinosaur pit of Lincoln Park Public Library were discovered in the Spring of 1965 during the construction of the Clear View Golf Course, at a place called Tom's Point. A lot of excitement was caused by this discovery. Scientists came from the Paterson Museum and the Museum of Natural History in New York to see what had been found and decide how important it was. They said it was the biggest discovery that has ever been made on the East coast, comparable to the one made in New Mexico. Indeed, so many tracks were found that researchers dubbed it "the dance hall of the dinosaurs. The find was announced on television news broadcasts, and people came from many places to the small community of Lincoln Park.

COELOPHYSIS ~ Footprints were discovered in Lincoln Park.