Dinosaurs and their tracements, fossil found places, paleontologists on stamps and postmarks of Bolivia
, officially known as the Plurinational State of Bolivia, is a landlocked
country located in western-central South America.
It is bordered to the north and east by Brazil
to the southeast by Paraguay
, to the south by
, to the southwest by Chile
and to the northwest by Peru
Although only one-third of the country is located in the Andean
mountain range, its largest city and principal economic centers are in
Bolivia was formerly known as Upper Peru and became an independent
republic on 6 August 1825.
It has produced its own stamps since 1867.
Stamps from Bolivia are marked as Correos de Bolivia.
Tensions between Chile and Bolivia have influenced both country's stamps and postal history.
So far dinosaurs appears on stamps of Bolivia only twice in 1997 and
2012. Nowadays Bolivia issues FDC in very limited quantity.
For example, only 200
pieces FDCs of dinosaur
stamps from 2012 are produced.
Official stamps of Bolivia related to Paleontology: dinosaurs, fossils, paleontologist
is a department of Bolivia located in the center south.
It borders on the departments of Cochabamba, Tarija, Potosí, and Santa Cruz.
The departmental capital is Sucre, which is also the constitutional capital of Bolivia.
The footprints and dinosaurs who leaved these footprints are depicting on stamps in
as well as on
illustration of FDC Tourism, Tourist destinations, Tourist Departments -
Chuquisaca" stamps issued in 2007 (see on the right side).
 Alcide Charles Victor Marie Dessalines d'Orbigny
(6 September 1802 – 30 June 1857) was a French naturalist who made major contributions in
many areas, including zoology (including malacology), palaeontology
geology, archaeology and anthropology.
Other stamps to consider: fossil found places
"Tourism,Tourist destinations, Tourist Departments - Chuquisaca" 
||06.09.2013 "Conservation Association of Torotoro, 25th Anniversary" [A1]
[A1] The Conservation League Torotoro (ACT), was founded on June 10, 1988, in order to
promote the conservation, protection and proper management of flora and fauna, paleontological
resources and natural beauty of the area Torotoro.
are depicting on FDC
and commemorative postmark.
Commemorative postmarks and meter franking of Bolivia related to Paleontology: dinosaurs, contributors to Paleontology
Legend is here
- [R1] Bolivia:
- [R2] Postal History and Philately of Bolivia:
Links to official website of Post Authority, stamp catalog and list of new stamps of Bolivia
- [R3] Alcide Charles Victor Marie Dessalines d'Orbigny: