Dinosaur tracks and the man who discovered them
Fifteen years ago Lucho Loredo, our guide, came across this landslip of an old uplifted lakebed, bearing tracks of several sizes and types of dinosaurs. La Paz University was informed and the site was thoroughly studied and catalogued.
As the site is three days' walk from the nearest useable road, there is no tourist infrastructure here, which makes the visit that much more fulfilling. It is so remote that the locals speak their own language, Aymara, and very little Spanish.
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