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On the 20th of August at half past three in the morning the #IDMadidi team left La Paz to travel to Puina for the second leg of the biodiversity campaign in Madidi National Park which will focus on the High Andes. This second leg will concomitantly visit three different habitats: the humid Paramo grasslands of the Yungas that sit immediately above the treeline elfin forest covered in lichens, mosses and epiphytes, another distinct habitat. These two habitats are the Andean bears favorite haunts. The third habitat is the High Andean puna of the eastern side of the Andes including one of the most threatened forest types in the Americas, the keñua or Polylepis patches, as well as crucial peat bog wetlands crucial for wildfowl, wildlife and communities and their domestic camelids.
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