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Dinosaur Footprints At Torotoro National Park
Bolivia

Situated at the foot of the Eastern part of Andes in Bolivia near the quaint indigenous village of Tototoro is one of the largest collection of dinosaur footprints on earth. Forcibly buckled and tilted by the tetonic movements over eons the surrounding landscapes undulate like the bellows of a concertina exposing their cretaceous entrails in the form of solidified mudstone bearing the footprints of the once mighty giants that used to roam the land.

Here the largely circular footprints arranged in a linear fashion probably represent the foot tracks of a fleeing herbivorous dinosaur such as a Sauropod.

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Uploaded: 06/11/2012
Updated: 11/06/2014
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