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Re: Archeologists Find Dinosaur Tracks in Bolivia
Sorry Janet to respond so late,
Of course the "archaeologists" were not such, only Pablo and I, just
paleontologists from the Azara Foundation (Argentina). But you know the media.
By the way, they are not of course the oldest dino tracks in southern
hemisphere, only in Bolivia (about Hauterivian).
The interesting thing is that the material includes a track assemblage
different by far from the other track sites in the area.
All the best.
Dr. Sebastián Apesteguía (PhD.)
Área de Paleontología. Fundación de Historia Natural 'Félix de Azara',
Dto. de Ciencias Naturales y Antropología, CEBBAD, Univ.Maimónides,
V. Virasoro 732 (1405), Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Tel-fax: 5411-49051100 i. 1228, firstname.lastname@example.org,
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Enviado: sábado 22 de noviembre de 2008, 3:29:01
Asunto: Archeologists Find Dinosaur Tracks in Bolivia
Archeologists Find Dinosaur Tracks in Bolivia
It is believed that the tracks could be the oldest in the Southern
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
VIDEO: See more on the dinosaur tracks
A team of archeologists from Argentina has found more than 300 dinosaur
tracks in the Bolivian village of Icla.
Initial reports suggested the remains could be the oldest in the Southern
Hemisphere - dating back to about 144 million years ago.
Paleontologist Pablo Gallina described the day he first saw the prints.
Paleontologist Sebastian Apesteguia has worked with Gallian on the project.
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