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Otuquis National Park and Integrated Management Natural Area

Otuquis National Park and Integrated Management Natural Area
IUCN category II (national park)
Location Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia
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Area 1,005,950 ha (10,059 km²)
Established 1997

Otuquis National Park and Integrated Management Natural Area (Parque Nacional y Área Natural de Manejo Integrado Otuquis (PN-ANMI Otuquis) or Parque Nacional y ANMI Pantanal de Otuquis is a protected area in Bolivia. It is situated in the extreme southeast of the Santa Cruz Department on the borders with Brasil and Paraguay in the provinces Germán Busch and Cordillera. It comprises a total area of 1,005,950 ha (10,059 km²), 903,350 ha corresponding to the category national park and 102,600 ha to the category "Integrated Management Natural Area".

External links

  • Parque Nacional y Área Natural de Manejo Integrado Pantanal de Otuquiswww.fundesnap.org / (Spanish)
  • www.fcbc.org.bo / Áreas Protegidas en la región del Bosque Chiquitano (Spanish)
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