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



In a message dated 98-08-01 22:53:04 EDT, Bettyc@flyinggoat.com writes:

<< "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." >>

The news item 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. "

82 feet high?? Sorry--I don't Bolivia.