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A Google Maps user came across an image which appeared to show a \’tiny dinosaur\’ on the site. Other internet browsers were quick to make jokes about what it could be

A Google Maps user spotted what looks like a ‘tiny dinosaur’ on the site (Image: Reddit/Getty)

A Google Maps user was baffled after spotting what looks like a ‘tiny dinosaur’ on a salt plain.

The internet browser came across the discovery in the South American country Chile.

They posted the image to Reddit, writing: “I found what ever this is in a salt plain in Chile.”

Other users joked that it was a “tiny dino”, while another suggested that this is what happened “when you forgot a towel for after your shower”.

Salt plains are flat expanses of ground covered with salt and other minerals, usually shining white under the sun. They are found in deserts and are natural formations.

The Google Maps user made the discovery in Chile (Image: Reddit/Getty)

The largest one in the world is Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia, which borders with Chile.

Google Maps users are often making curious discoveries on the site.

Recently a blacked out island on Google Maps sparked a mystery among users of the popular site.

The mysterious looking piece of land has caused a stir for forum members on Reddit with one member refers to it as ‘God’s guitar pick.’

Users describe the island as something out of the popular TV series Lost or a covered-up island similar to A̳r̳e̳a̳ 51, the secretive and classified site in the US desert.

Google sometimes blacks out areas on maps when people on the database don’t want to be on there or want them to know what is going on there.

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