The trip to San Pedro was really important because we learned a little more about the place, the culture and the life there. We went to “La Campiña”, that belonged to Mónica and Cesar from Telenoche reporter. And inside the park we saw the machine that is in charge to wash, to separate and to classify the oranges and the peaches that are harvested. With respect to the surveys that we had done in the place, we learned that the majority of the adults has done the secondary in San Pedro, but to study in the university they must go to Buenos Aires or Rosario. The people who live there think the security is still good, although there are robberies but in a smaller amount than in Buenos Aires because there is less population. The health is good, and they have always an open public hospital, with personnel at the disposal of people, but nevertheless some people prefers to have a social work prepayment. Also we visited the paleontological museum where we learned different aspects about dinosaur, one of them was: how to analyze a fossil. And to conclude, we visited the paleontological reserve where we saw the fossil of an extincted animal.