Identidad Madidi BITÁCORA DE VIAJE

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The inappropriately named tree iguana (Liolaemus sp.) is found by herpetologist James Aparicio living at around 4,600 meters above sea level among rocks in a drier part of the Puina valley represents yet another new record for Madidi. Lizards of this genus can reach up to 5,200 meters above sea level and are some of the highest living reptiles in the world. High mountain species that are specialized to very specific climate conditions are also some of the most vulnerable to the effects of global warming and climate change.

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