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World's Largest Dinosaur Footprint On A Wall In Bolivia

World's Largest Dinosaur Footprint

Thousands of footprints from a variety of species have prompted officials to seek a UNESCO heritage status for the 328ft (100m) limestone wall in Crestasico Park, Bolivia. Dinosaurs gathered here to drink water some 70 million years ago.

Largest Dinosaur Footprint

Experts say they walked on the muddy river banks leaving prints which were discovered by accident in 1964. Investigators have counted over 5,000 prints from 9 different species. The park is one of Bolivia's most famous destinations. The fossils now attract 180,000 visitors every year.