Yasuni National Park in Ecuador’s North is arguably the most biologically diverse place on Earth. The park hosts an immense variety of tree species, birds, bats, insects, frogs, and fish and is also home to large populations of high food chain carnivores.
“Inhabiting the Yasuní are various different indigenous groups including the Waorani, Shuar and Amazonian Kichwa. Some of these peoples – such as the Tagaeri and Taromenane – still voluntarily maintain no contact with the rest of the world. These warrior-like hunter-gatherers have been living in harmony with nature for centuries. “(http://newint.org/yasuni/about/)
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