The dinosaur footprint removed from the slickrock near Moab has not yet been found, federal and state officials said Sunday.
Melodie Rydalch, a spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney for Utah, and Megan Crandall, a spokeswoman for the Bureau of Land Management office in Utah, both confirmed divers were not successful in retrieving the 190-million-year old footprint on Saturday.
"They did not get lucky on the dive," Crandall said.
Divers were not searching again Sunday, according to the Utah Department of Public Safety.
DPS divers worked with a Grand County team to search the Colorado River below Dewey Bridge on State Road 128, about 32 miles northeast of Moab.