Anthony Romilio is a palaeontologist primarily interested in dinosaur trackways. He is particularly interested in the development of new 3D technology and strategies for visualising and analysing tracks and the surrounding areas. He also works on understanding the diversity of dinosaur tracks and the evolution of the feet that left them.
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