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



In a message dated 8/1/98 10:52:39 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
Bettyc@flyinggoat.com writes:
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In addition to what Betty reported,  the Reuters article also says:
"The large size of the area has meant several different species have been 
identified including tyrannosaurus, and other giant dinosaurs up to 82 feet 
(25 meters) high."  
They may have height and length mixed up in the translation.  Also, isn't 
there only one tyrannosaurus footprint in existence, making this a major
find?

The article also says:  "Apart from dinosaur bones, signs of fish life, 
crocodiles and turtles also have been found, supporting the theory 
that the valley was a large lake where the dinosaurs came to bathe, 
Meyer said."
Barney beach towels and waterwings are sure to be excavated
soon.

Mary
mkirkaldy@aol.com