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Dinosaur footprints in the town of Torotoro. Torotoro is located in a valley formed by synclinal folding of sedimentary layers, forming a U-shaped regional structure. In the distance, one of the sides of the syncline can be seen, and the other occupies the bottom part of the photo, where the footprints are exposed
Succession of Upper Cretaceous and Cenozoic sediments in the Maragua syncline region, Bolivia
View of part of the Maragua syncline, known locally as “El Crater”. The pale colored layers correspond to Cretaceous sandstones and marine limestones. In the center, the red fill consists of layers of sandstone of continental origin that are more recent than those at the edges.