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CNN:"world's largest group of dino footprints" in Bolivia



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"The site covers an area of 269,100 square feet (25,000 sq meters),
Meyer said, emphasising that nowhere else on earth is there an area that
large with dinosaur        footprints."

-I'm not sure but doesn't the recently discussed Australian foorprint
site of miles of footprints along the beach beat this out?

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