Over 1,000 dinosaur footprints discovered in small Chilean town

The discovery consists of more than 1,000 prints made by newborn, juvenile, and adult sauropod dinosaurs and theropod dinosaurs dating back 150 million years.

A group of scientists has recently discovered more than 1,000 dinosaur footprints in the small town of Huatacondo in northern Chile, making the town the place with the highest number of dinosaur footprints in Chile.

"It is something truly unprecedented in my professional experience, incredible. In 10 days, we found more than a thousand footprints... We know that there is huge potential here and it is the beginning of a great project," geologist Christian Salazar said.

After reviewing the information compiled by the Huatacondo community, the team made up of five Chilean, and foreign professionals traveled to the Tarapaca . . .

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