From Andes to Amazon

October 20, 2017

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Photo Credit: ©Mileniusz Spanowicz/WCS

Bridging the tropical Andes and the Amazon, Madidi, a national park since 1995, brims with life, with 15 major vegetation types and an altitudinal span of almost 20,000 feet.

Identidad Madidi, a study of the park’s flora and fauna led by WCS's Dr. Rob Wallace, aims to show that it is the most biologically diverse protected area in the world. Now, a new movie starting Daniel Radcliffe is set there, as well.

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