Tim Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has brought out 365 species Bahuaja Sonene National Park located in southeastern Peru.
Species found include 30 species of birds that had not been found, including white, black eagle, eagle night phalarope and gray. The study also revealed species of mammals including bats and bat ears Niceforo of three colors. Surprisingly, there are 233 species of butterflies and moths which successfully revealed. Whole has never been found in the National Park Bahuaja Sonene before.
Julien Kunen, director of WCS Latin America and the Caribbean, as quoted by Our Amazing Planet, Saturday (03/02/2012), said, "The discovery of more species in this area underscores the importance of conservation measures that are ongoing in this area. It is true crown and an impressive network of protected areas in Latin America. "
Bahuaja Sonene National Park is home to 600 species of birds, over 160 species of mammals, more than 50 species of reptiles and amphibians, 180 species of fish and about 1300 species of butterflies. The types of newly documented increase the wealth of the national park area.
Since 1990, WCS has worked in the area of Tambopata and Bahuaja Sonene Parks in Peru, then in Madidi, Pilon Lajas and Apolobamba National Park in Bolivia. Madidi region in Bolivia and Peru covering more than 20,000 sq km of the tropical Andes is a region with the highest biodiversity on Earth.
Decades ago to bomb the discovery of new species. It is said that the new species was found three days.