Scientists Identify Ecuador’s Yasuní National Park as one of the Most Biodiverse Places on Earth

Yasuní National Park, located in the core of the Ecuadorian Amazon, shatters a range of world biodiversity records-from trees to amphibians to insects to mammals and an array of other plant and animal groups-new research from U.S. and Ecuadorian scientists shows.


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