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Jul 28, 2016

Last year my dad took me and my son to a dinosaur footprint park in Portugal. It might not have looked like much from the outside, but once inside and once you spotted the little (from a distance) dents in the rocks you couldn't help be impressed. My son certainly was. Earlier this week in Bolivia they discovered some of the largest footprints of a meat-eating dinosaur ever found. I can't even begin to understand the excitement those who made the discovery must have felt.

Following in a dinosaur`s footsteps
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Paleontologist Sebastian Apesteguia measures a footprint measuring over a meter made by a meat-eating predator some 80 million years ago, one of the largest of its kind ever found, in Kinsa Saruska DAVID MERCADO/REUTERS

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