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Erika Cuellar (Bolivia)For more than 10 years, the largest national park in Bolivia, Kaa-Iya del Gran Chaco has been the home of Erika Cuellar. She has trained the indigenous Guarani to preserve their habitat with their own hands. The world's largest tropical dry forest is home to 70 species of large mammal, including jaguars and pumas.

Cuellar will now move on to the Gran Chaco, which includes Bolivia, Brazil Paraguay, and Argentina. Since more than a hundred years, its natural resources, which include 400 plant species,Patek Philippe Aquanaut Replica Watches 150 mammal and bird species, have been under threat. This includes the wild ancestors to domesticated llamas, guanacos.

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