Italians among those killed at Bolivia’s top tourist draw

Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flats area, and Bolivia’s top tourist attraction.

Photo: PROErik Duinkerken AFP 1 Aug 2016, 08:02 Published: 01 Aug 2016 08:02 GMT+02:00 Five tourists from Belgium, Italy and Peru were killed in a car crash at Bolivia’s famous salt flats, the Salar de Uyuni, authorities said on Sunday

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Now those are big feet!

Massive 4ft-wide dinosaur footprint is discovered by a tour guide in Bolivia

Print is believed to have belonged to an abelisaurus 80 million years ago Paleontologists think the dinosaur must have measured over 10 metres A skeleton of an abelisaurus has previously been found in the same area | 13 View comments A tourist guide has stumbled upon a huge dinosaur print that is believed to have belonged to an abelisaurus.

The print was discovered 40 miles outside the city of Sucre in central Bolivia, in an area well known for dinosaur tracks.