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The Carnotaurus in Torotoro plaza
Bolivia

Visitors to the township of Torotoro is greeted by a life-sized replica of Carnotaurus. Despite its tiny comical-looking forearms and a head marked by two bull-like horns above its eyes, as its name suggests it is no herbivore and is probably the fastest running predator known, capable of up to 50 km per hour running on its powerful legs.

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