Dinosaur print found in a middle of a campus in Greenbelt, Maryland

A dinosaur hunter has discovered a prehistoric print in the middle of a campus in Greenbelt, Maryland.

The discovery was made by tracker Ray Stanford and as you can see in the video above, the beast left his mark on the land. Standford says he found the back footpint of a large armored dinosaur called Nodosaur. Millions of years before man occupied the land, a plant eating Nodosaur roamed what is now NASA'S Goddard Space Flight Center.

This particular dinosaur was named "Nodasaur" because of its large joints and armored plates that cover its back, shoulders, and part of its head.

This is really quite a rare find. Nodasaur tracks have been found sparingly out west and up in British Columbia in Canada.