A four-year-old girl who discovered a footprint of a dinosaur unknown to archaeologists has had a museum display named in her honour. Little Lily Wilder spotted the 220 million-year-old print fossilised in a rock while on a seaside stroll on the Welsh coast with her family in January this year. Girl, 4, who found 220,000,000-year-old fossil gets museum display named after her Lily was looking for shells with dad Richard, 47, at Bendricks Bay near Barry, when she saw the footprint. “Daddy, look at this,” she shouted, drawing her father’s attention. Girl, 4, who found 220,000,000-year-old fossil gets museum display named after her Archaeologists hailed it as the most impressive dinosaur footprint found in the UK in the last two decades and of international importance. Experts were left fascinated and equally puzzled over the “absolutely pristine” fossil that belonged to a two-footed dinosaur, whose species they have not yet been able to identify. Girl, 4, who found 220,000,000-year-old fossil gets museum display named after her They say the 10cm print was made by a “currently unknown herbivorous dinosaur” that stood about 75cm tall and 2.5m long. Today, July 21, the discovery went on display at National Museum Cardiff in an exhibition titled “Lily’s Fossil Footprint”, with the little girl and her family invited to the opening as guests of honour. On the wall was written, “Fossil Lily” and “Lily’s Fossil Footprint”. Girl, 4, who found 220,000,000-year-old fossil gets museum display named after her Lily at the exhibition with her name on the wall Lily’s mum Sally, 38, from nearby Llandough, said: “We were thrilled to find out it really was a dinosaur footprint, and I am happy that it will be taken to the National Museum where we can be enjoyed and studied for generations.” Sally initially thought an artist had scratched out the fossil into the rocks but as Bendricks Bay is a stretch well-known for dinosaur prints they decided to report the find to officials. To their shock, archaeologists confirmed it was a genuine footprint. | Parrot Gist

A four-year-old girl who discovered a footprint of a dinosaur unknown to archaeologists has had a museum display named in her honour. Little Lily Wilder spotted the 220 million-year-old print fossilised in a rock while on a seaside stroll on the Welsh coast with her family in January this year. Girl, 4, who found 220,000,000-year-old fossil gets museum display named after her Lily was looking for shells with dad Richard, 47, at Bendricks Bay near Barry, when she saw the footprint. “Daddy, look at this,” she shouted, drawing her father’s attention. Girl, 4, who found 220,000,000-year-old fossil gets museum display named after her Archaeologists hailed it as the most impressive dinosaur footprint found in the UK in the last two decades and of international importance. Experts were left fascinated and equally puzzled over the “absolutely pristine” fossil that belonged to a two-footed dinosaur, whose species they have not yet been able to identify. Girl, 4, who found 220,000,000-year-old fossil gets museum display named after her They say the 10cm print was made by a “currently unknown herbivorous dinosaur” that stood about 75cm tall and 2.5m long. Today, July 21, the discovery went on display at National Museum Cardiff in an exhibition titled “Lily’s Fossil Footprint”, with the little girl and her family invited to the opening as guests of honour. On the wall was written, “Fossil Lily” and “Lily’s Fossil Footprint”. Girl, 4, who found 220,000,000-year-old fossil gets museum display named after her Lily at the exhibition with her name on the wall Lily’s mum Sally, 38, from nearby Llandough, said: “We were thrilled to find out it really was a dinosaur footprint, and I am happy that it will be taken to the National Museum where we can be enjoyed and studied for generations.” Sally initially thought an artist had scratched out the fossil into the rocks but as Bendricks Bay is a stretch well-known for dinosaur prints they decided to report the find to officials. To their shock, archaeologists confirmed it was a genuine footprint.

Khafi Kareem and Gedoni Ekpata are expecting their first child.

 

The couple, who met when they took part in the 2019 edition of Big Brother Naija, announced the good news today, July 21.

 

Both shared pictures of the baby bump via their respective Instagram accounts.

 

BBNaija 2019 stars, Khafi and Gedoni expecting first child two years after they met during reality show

BBNaija 2019 stars, Khafi and Gedoni expecting first child two years after they met during reality show

 

Khaki and Gedoni got engaged in 2019, months after they met at the BBNaija house. They tied the knot at Ikoyi Marriage Registry on September 24, 2020.



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