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

I experienced the same difficulty...
Chad Laibly

On Sun, 2 Aug 1998, Jeff Hecht wrote:

> I appreciate you posting the notes about these strange stories showing up
> on CNN. But Every time over the past few days I've tried to get into the
> CNN site you mention (for this story and for the earlier one on the 'giant
> pelvis'), I get an error message saying "Due to system maintenance, we have
> temporarily limited access to this service." Are other people having this
> problem? It looks to me like the way you access these stories isn't open to
> others because it's custom news. I also tried searching the CNN cite on
> "dinosaur" and "dinosaur footprints" and didn't come up with this story.
> -- Jeff Hecht
>  the site is
> >http://customnews.cnn.com/cnews/pna.show_story?p_art_id=2796811&p_
> >=break in line at equals signs=
> >section_name=Sci-Tech&p_art_type=652817&p_subcat=Archeology+
> >=break in line at equals signs=
> >%26+Paleontology&p_category=Sciences
> >
> >"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?
> >
> >--
> >           Betty Cunningham
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