Sunday, 25 January 2015

Best place for wildlife

Vote The Pacaya Samiria Reserve like a THE BEST PLACE FOR WILDLIFE

The Pacaya Samiria Reserve near the Amazon River's headwaters in Peru is a 5-million-acre mosaic of pristine habitats including flooded and dry forest and extensive wetlands. It's home to some of the largest wildlife populations in the Amazon: pink and gray river dolphins, troops of howler monkeys, elusive sloths, flocks of brilliant macaws and bright butterflies. Lagoons covered in giant lily pads teem with fish and caiman, while scores of marsh birds hunt from shore.