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Defensores del Chaco National Park

Listed under Natural World in Paraguay.

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The Chaco is South America’s largest dry forest, spanning several countries and micro-climates from salt flats to forest to flooded savannas. Paraguay’s Chaco region is a flat expanse of plain inhabited by colonies of Mennonites, the oldest and most traditional being Loma Plata. Split up under several different National Parks, the Chaco is home to a vastly diverse array of plant and animal life.

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I dont like how there is no information about the national parks you should put things in there about the national parks in The Gran Chaco.

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Hi Lauren. One of the great things about World Reviewer is that anyone is able to add information to the site. So if we're missing something then please help us by either asking questions of adding to the site yourself.

What are my chances of outrunning a jaguar?

I am interested in seeing grizzly bears, pumas and jaguars.

How am I suppose to sleep in my tent at night?

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No chance!

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