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A tour guide in Bolivia found the largest carnivorous dinosaur footprint ever discovered. The footprint measures nearly 4 feet (1.2 m) in length and is believed to be from a Abelisaurus, a carnivorous dinosaur that walked on two feet. This discovery also changes the timeline of large carnivorous dinosaurs in South America, according to scientists, as the print was made after scientists thought the dinosaurs had died.

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