Yasuni National Park
Yasuni National Park is located in the Ecuadorian Amazon and covers one of the most biodiverse forests in the world. The park has a huge variety of trees, and an extraordinary number of birds, bats, insects, frogs and fish. Yasuni is home to healthy populations of carnivores such as the jaguar and the harpy eagle, the bird of prey more powerful in the world. Yasuní also houses over 20 species of mammals are threatened worldwide, among which includes the white-bellied spider monkey and the rare golden-mantled tamarin.
In addition, the Yasuni National Park is home to some Amazonian indigenous peoples who still live in isolation: the clans Taromenane Tagaeri and the Huaorani. The Huaorani and Kichwa ancestral ancestral lands are sitting on huge oil reserves of Ecuador's untapped. The future of the landscape as a whole, and its flora, fauna and human populations depend on smart growth, responsible for the region and the continued protection of the wonderful Yasuni Biosphere Reserve.