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South America’s First Dinosaur Tracks

Way back in 1839, no one had any idea what dinosaur tracks looked like. In fact, the word “dinosaur” did not even exist yet—the term would be coined by the British anatomist Richard Owen in 1842. Little wonder, then, that tracks now readily recognizable as belonging to dinosaurs were once attributed to prodigious birds and other creatures. Leer más.

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