A great lunate-shaped stone in the channel of the Sabinal River has dinosaur footprints on two sides. We know this stone as “Wallowing Rock.” Folklore has the great “terrible lizard” wallowing in the once-soft mud, creating the mount that hardened to the stone we see today. An atrial of footprints is faintly visible in the shallows.
The infamous Theropoda dinosaur that left these incredible tracks looked something like the above depiction. A few different Theropodas existed, so it’s nearly impossible to get an exact image.