Researchers Find The Largest Ever Dinosaur Footprint On Earth

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Source: Ancient-Code.com
August 15, 2016

Imagine that those flesh-eating dinosaurs were still alive today, it would mean that not only would we need to be worried about their extremely sharp teeth, but their large bodies as well.

Researchers have recently discovered a footprint of a dinosaur in Bolivia, and it turns out that it is the largest footprint ever found on Earth, left behind by a carnivorous dinosaur millions of years ago.

Until now the biggest Dinosaur footprint of a carnivorous dinosaur measured 110 centimeters and was found in New Mexico, according to paleontologist Sebastian Apesteguia.

However, everything changed when Grover Marquina, a tour guide, went hiking in the crater Maragua, about 65 kilometers from Sucre, Bolivia’s capital when he stumbled upon a massive fossilized footprint.

Interestingly, the giant footprint measures a staggering 115 centimeters.

Usually, these types of footprints are between 85 and 100 centimeters.


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