The Bolivian jungle is home to some of the most raw and pristine primary rainforest in the world, the finest of which can be found in Madidi National Park. Created in 1995, the national park is characterized by its exceptional wealth of biological riches and variety of ecosystems.
Madidi contains large populations of some of the most charismatic jungle wildlife, including jaguars, spectacled bears, maned wolves, giant otters, and macaws
Madidi is home to over 4,739 species of plants, 1,370 species of vertebrates and 867 tropical birds and endemic plants, making it one of the world’s conservation priorities, as it is one of the most extraordinary reservoirs of genetic material on the planet. This protected area has the highest number of bird species in the world, and it is thought that more studies will register over an additional 1,100 species.
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