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An immense limestone wall in Cal Orko, Sucre, Bolivia, is home to a fantastic sight: thousands of dinosaur tracks made millions of years ago!
The immense Bolivian site is the rock face of an outcropping on a slant of 73 degrees, 80 meters high and 1.2 km long. There are more than 5,000 tracks of 294 different dinosaurs made during the second half of the Cretaceous period. [...] There is such an impressive amount of tracks that some of the researchers said this place seemed to be a dinosaurs’ dancefloor.
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