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Giant 1.2 metre wide dinosaur footprint discovered in Bolivia

29 July 2016 Last updated at 07:36 BST

A giant dinosaur footprint measuring over a metre wide has been discovered in Bolivia in South America.

It's thought to have been made by an Abelisaurus, a predator that lived around 80 million years ago.

These massive creatures once roamed South America, according to palaeontologist Sebastian Apesteguia.

The print was found by a tourist guide in Maragua, a place well known for dinosaur tracks.

Other dino remains have also been found in the area.