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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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A truck unloads rocks next to the Cal Orko cliff where thousands of dinosaur's footprints can be seen, in Cal Orcko, on the outskirts of Sucre, Bolivia, July 22, 2016. DAVID MERCADO/REUTERS

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