1-21-2015 Plurinational State Foundation Day and a NEW Prehistoric Bolivia Blog

by Kricket

President Evo Morales

President Evo Morales

President Evo Morales

Tomorrow, on January 22nd, Bolivia celebrates Plurinational State Foundation Day. President Evo Morales renamed Bolivia from "Republic of Bolivia" to "Plurinational State of Bolivia" (Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia). So tomorrow we will be celebrating that. It's a public holiday in Bolivia and no one will work or go to school. Mr. Morales chose this day because on the 22nd of January 2006 he became the president of Bolivia. And then he got Bolivia's constitution changed so once that happened, he decided that the Republic didn't exist anymore and it was a new country so it should have a new name.

The new Prehistoric Bolivia blog:

On a side note, a good friend of mine named Andre has started a blog about prehistoric Bolivia. He really loves dinosaurs so it was only natural isn't it. He will be covering anything from dinosaurs to early mammals and will post every Monday. In fact his first blog was posted yesterday.

Actually, why am I blabbering on when I have Andre here right now to speak for himself. Go on Andre tells us about your blog.

Hi I'm Andre and I'm going to be studying and blogging about the different prehistoric species that used to live in Bolivia, once a week.

Prehistoric Bolivia must have been a very fascinating (and scary) place. The fossils and tracks of nearly 300 prehistoric mammals and dinosaurs have been found in Bolivia, including one of the largest finds of dinosaur prints, located in Sucre, Bolivia where 5055 tracks belonging to at least 8-15 species of dinos were found on one single mountainside.

If you're a dinosaur fan which I know many people are, being a big one myself, you should go to Andre's blog once every Monday to find out something new about Prehistoric Bolivia every week. I know alot of you will love Andre and his Prehistoric Bolivia Blog. See you all next week for a new blog post. Bye! Hey Andre why don't you say your goodbye, too.

That would be a great idea, bye bye.

So as I said that's the end of this post. There will be another one this Friday. I would like to say a big thank you to Andre for joining me and a big thank you to all of you for reading and I will see you all next time. BYYYYYYYYEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!

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