Identidad Madidi BITÁCORA DE VIAJE

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Already new vertebrate records for Madidi begin to appear, such as the great horned owl (Bubo virginianus) in the globally threatened keñua (Polylepis) forests. Some new official records are surprising because they are of extremely common animals like the vizcacha (Lagidium peruanum) that apparently were simply overlooked in note-taking by previous biological expeditions to the High Andean habitats of Madidi. The photographic team begins to capture some of the vegetation details of this big country landscape including some of the waraco cactus (Lobivia maximiliana).
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