|Viva El Viento||Av. 11 de Julio 477 49-1109 e-mail|
|Los Antiguos cerezos||Av. 11 de Julio 850 49-1132 e-mail|
|Los Antiguos||P. Moreno esq. Pte. Perón (0297) 15-4086630|
|Antigua Patagonia||Ruta 43 Acceso Este 49-1038 / 49-11055 e-mail|
|Agua Grande - Resto Bar||Av. 11 de Julio 871 (02293)15-601351 e-mail|
|I Negro \"B\"||Av. 11 de Julio 571 49-1358|
|El Disco||Ingeniero Palavicini 154 49-1228 (0297) 15-6237264|
|Galo||Av. 11 de Julio 410|
|EL Valle||Av. 11 de Julio 60|
|Populus||Av. 11 de Julio y Perito Moreno 49-1166 e-mail|
|Loma´s||Av. 11 de Julio 193 49-1048|
|Pizza Uno||Av. 11 de Julio 895 49-1471 (03541) 15-513981|
Approximately 65 million years ago, a large percentage of vegetables and animals suddenly became extinct. It was in the late Cretaceous period and there are various theories about it. Some scientists attribute this event to a gradual process that finally led to selective extinction. Others assert that a catastrophe, such as an asteroid hitting the Earth, caused these species mass extinction.
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