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Cave explorers discovered dinosaurs footprints during the study of deep karst caves in Uzbekistan

Speleologists from Russia, France, and Switzerland have found several chains of dinosaur footprints in the area of the deep cave of Boy-Bulok during the expedition to the territory of the Chulbair mountain range in Uzbekistan, Vadim Loginov, the head of the expedition and the chairman of the Yekaterinburg Caving Club, announced.
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«An international expedition to the south of Uzbekistan, to the Chulbair plateau, has been completed. 25 speleologists from Russia, France, and Switzerland took part in the expedition. We continued exploration of the Boy-Bulok cave and the Alexander Vishnevsky cave in order to join them into a single vast karst system. We also found several chains of dinosaur footprints above the cave of Boy-Bulok; we had been purposefully looking for them for several years in that mountain range, and this year we discovered them, it could be said, by chance,» he explained.

Loginov said that, as a result of the expedition, more than two kilometres of new routes were opened and three main directions were identified, along which it is necessary to continue work on connecting the caves.

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