Zapiola 480 42-5990/43-5790
Lavalle 945 42-7387
Estrada 298 42-2165
El viejo Miramar
Av. Roca 1630 43-0401
Rivadavia 457 43-4316 / 42-2447
Pje. Zucarino 431 42-9856
Urquiza y Rivadavia 42-0020 / 2329
Federico Sphur 55 42-2743
Ameghino 331 43-6445
A 30 Km. de R. Gallegos (011) 4394-3486 / 3513
A 30 - Km. de R. Gallegos 43-6127
A 140 Km. de R. Gallegos 42-1025 / 0343
Polideportivo Austria y Yugoslavia 44-2310
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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.