Dozens of tracks from the land before time were revealed after a drought diminished the Paluxy River in Texas.

Friends of Dinosaur Valley State Park shared images of the dinosaur tracks on social media.

Although prehistoric tracks already attract visitors to the park, the newly discovered markings would normally be underwater in Glen Rose,

An adult acrocanthosaurus could grow to roughly 15 feet tall and weigh nearly 7 tons.

A Tyrannosaurus rex, by comparison, could grow up to 12 feet tall, 40 feet long and weigh up to 8 tons, per National Geographic.

Other tracks discovered on the riverbed were from the sauroposeidon,

A dinosaur that could grow to roughly 60 feet tall as an adult and weigh nearly 44 tons, the spokeswoman said.

The tracks date back 113 million years, Garcia said.