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There is a place in the Peruvian Amazon whose riches could almost be compared to those told by the conquerors in their mythical legend El Dorado. But we're not talking gold nor wealth whose value is highlighted by cultural or historical reasons given by man, but of natural resources that represent much of biodiversity is essential for the preservation of life on our planet. And all of them are in a place called Tambopata.

The Amazon Amazon Jungle, or the largest rainforest in the world. It is considered that the extension reaches six million square km spread across nine South American countries: Brazil, with more than 50%, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru which owns more than 13%, Surinam, Venezuela and French Guyana part of the outermost region of the European Union.



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Reserva Nacional Tambopata

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Reserva Nacional Tambopata

The Tambopata National Reserve and Bahuaja Sonene are located contiguously in the region & oacute; n & oacute Amaz; nica South Per & uacute ;. They have a wealth of wildlife and natural beauty. Initially was cre & oacute; the & aacute; area protected as a reserved area at the beginning of a & ntilde; or 90 and then trav & eacute; s of a long process of consultation and negotiation & oacute; n with stakeholders the & aacute determined, definite areas for reserve and national park <. / p>

& aacute; rea a great diversity of habitats, allowing the existence of species in abundance. The basin of the r & iacute; o Tambopata is considered one of the richest ecosystems in & iacute; indices of biodiversity in the world. In & aacute; protected area you can find a high diversity of plant communities, several forest species important econom mica as cedar (Cedrela odorata), mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla), tornillo (Cedrelinga sp.), Caste & ntilde; a (Bertholetia excelsa), as pona palm (Iriartea ventricosa), palm (Mauritia flexuosa), among others. As for wildlife, & aacute; area has a population & oacute; n Wolf important R & iacute; o Pteronura brasiliensis species v & iacute; & oacute ace of extinction; n; as & iacute; same species situation & oacute; n vulnerable as anteater (Giant anteater), Giant Armadillo (Priodontes maximus), black spider monkey (Ateles paniscus), jaguar (Panthera onca), esp & aacute; Pink tula (Ajaija Spoonbill) taricaya (Podocnemis unifilis) Anaconda (Eunectes murinus) among others.

The Tambopata National Reserve and Bahuaja Sonene are in situation & oacute; n vulnerable by various threats est & aacute; n subject. Threats m & aacute; major s are agriculture and invasion & oacute; n land, the miner & iacute; a aur & iacute; fera, the extracci & oacute; illegal n wood, excessive extracci & oacute; n orters natural resources (bushmeat, fish, fruits and palm leaves, etc.), the PAVING & oacute; n of the Cusco - Puerto Maldonado highway and increased migration to the region & oacute processes; n which increase the pressure & oacute; ny threats on the & aacute; protected area

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& aacute; protected area features eight life zones: Forest h & uacute; subtropical Mede, forest h & uacute; tropical Mede, forest very h & uacute; subtropical Mede, forest very h & uacute; Medo subtropical montane, subtropical rainforest, rain forest tropical montane, rain forest, lower montane subtropical semisaturated rainforest montane subtropical low, and four living areas in transition & oacute; n: Forest h & uacute; subtropical Mede to tropical forest h & uacute; tropical Mede to subtropical forest very h & uacute; Medo tropical montane woodsy h & uacute; Median tropical forest very h & uacute; subtropical rainforest to subtropical Median

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& aacute; protected area isfound some ecosystems such as forest terrace forest middle terrace FLOOD & oacute; n, forest high terrace FLOOD & oacute; n, terra firme forest on clay soil, upland forest on sandy-clay soil, forest land on sandy soil, permanently flooded swamp forest, swamp forest, bamboo forest pacal & uacute ;, or tropical plains.
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The main R & iacute; os circling or crossing the & aacute; rea are Tambopata, Heath, Malinowski, Tower, Tavara, Candamo, Macaw, and others smaller. The & aacute; lakes area has lakes or related to car & aacute; & aacute me character; ndrico of R & iacute; os, palm swamps and seasonally flooded areas. The R & iacute; os and streams have patterns of growing and dry sec & uacute; n & eacute; walking a & ntilde; o, either & eacute; the rainy season (November to March) or & eacute;. Dry season (May to September) respectively

The Tambopata reserve is located in the region & oacute; n Mother of God, in the basin of the same


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