volcanoes and snow-clad peaks,some reaching to over 20, 000 feet.(6000m). Nights
are bitterly cold and only the dawn brings a glimmer of warmth for the few inhabitants.
The land and climate gets progressively drier to the south of Lake Titicaca.in
a plain dominated by salt lakes such as the Laguna
of Coipasa or great salt flats like the Salares Coipasa and Uyuni. In the southwestern
corner of Bolivia at a higher level are the salty and borax lakes of Laguna Colorada
and Laguna Verde
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