posted on Nov, 18 2012 @ 10:43 AM
Surprised, I discovered this wonder hasn’t been posted (at least that is what the search engine says). It’s probably one of the last places in the
world still respected by us (more or less).
Right in the middle of the Amazon Jungle, between Peru and Brazil is a place called “Sierra del Divisor”. It’s the only chain of mountains in
South America not connected to the Andes, a unique place for numerous reasons I must say.
Sierra del Divisor had been studied for the first time just a few years ago, in 2005, by a multi-national expedition (USA, Peru, and Brazil).
In August of 2005, scientists conducted a rapid inventory in Sierra del Divisor, a mountain range that rises up dramatically from the lowlands of
central Amazonian Peru.
The full report in english is here : fm2.fieldmuseum.org...
It was a quick trip; they made a first overwhelming report about the biodiversity of the area and also found some endemic species, in other words,
with an habitat restricted to this area.
Finally, I also want to mention Sierra del Divisor is home of many ethnic groups, some of them voluntary opted to stay isolated (no wonder why).
Sernanp seized 300,000 feet of timber logged illegally in reserved area Divisor
In a joint operation led by the National Service of Protected Natural Areas (SERNANP), through the leadership of the Sierra del Divisor Reserved Zone
on 20 and 21 September, managed to seize and immobilize approximately 300,000 feet wood
Nice slide show here : www.felicidad.com.pe...
...And here too : vimeo.com...
18-11-2012 by Trueman because: (no reason given)
edit on 18-11-2012 by Trueman because: (no reason given)