They plan to cover the entire monstrous wall in latex... Good luck to em I say.
Not being one to heed the words of others I embarked on a Dino hunt... The fabled terribly touristy and rubbish trip to Sucre's quarry where a good few years ago the discovery of a vertical wall of dinosaur tracks that provided Bolivia with yet another attraction to add to its small collection was, in fact nowhere near as bad as claimed. I actually quite enjoyed the short excursion with its plastic scale replicas of the Dino's who's footprints could be viewed through a set of binoculars. Unfortunately it is at present not possible to get any closer to the 1000 meter wall as UNICEF have stepped in to begin the process of preserving these astonishingly well kept tracks which, were once formed on the bottom of a muddy lake millions of years ago.