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Bolivian dinosaur trackways partly destroyed

From: Ben Creisler bh480@scn.org
In case this news story has not be mentioned:

Torrential Rains Destroy Dinosaur Tracks in Southeast 

"But the collapse also revealed another group of tracks, 
which Argentine and Swiss paleontologists will analyze to 
determine which species they correspond to and their 

A more upbeat dinosaur trackway story from China:

Dinosaur Footprints Found in East China City 


"...more than 3,000 dinosaur footprints have been 
uncovered on a 2,600-square-meter slope in a gully of 
Huanghua town in Zhucheng City......
The footprints were in the same direction. Wang said this 
might be a result of migration or panic escape by plant-
eating dinosaurs when facing a surprise raid from meat-
eating counterparts."