17 Aug 2020

Bolivia’s Dinosaur Wall

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Bolivia’s wall of dinosaur tracks: Spread across a limestone slab a mile long and almost 300 feet high, this great wall at Cal Orcko near the city of Suvre reveals more than 5,000 footsteps, with 462 discrete trails.

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If a dinosaur could walk up a sheer vertical wall, it must have had prehensile toes.

Fusil Darne

HA HA HA! You forgot walk up a muddy vertical wall!


Geology. It didn’t used to be vertical.


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