The Andes: the Guanaco Llama, Adult Puma Eating Habits, Salar de Uyuni the World’s Flattest Area, the Danger of Peruvian Mountain Roads, Volcanoes in the Andes and Volcanic Ash, Rock Climbing Preferences for Grip, and the World’s Only Glacial Nesting Bird

The Andes are home to 20% of all plant life on Earth and can receive up to 20’ of rain per year, the perfect circumstance for life to flourish. The guanaco, a relative of the llama stands at 6’ tall making it the largest animal in the Andes. An adult puma with 2 cubs can consume 30 lbs. of meat within a single sitting. The world’s flattest place lays hidden at 12,000’, amongst the peaks of the Bolivian Andes. The Salar de Uyuni (pronounced “sal-are day ooh-you-nee”) is the world’s largest salt f...

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