A jaguar (Panthera onca), a species in danger of extinction, weighs up to 90 kg and can give birth to 1-4 cubs once a year.  This is one of the animals you can visit in the Parque del Este.  Entry to the park is free of charge.  Photo by Yvonne Becker.

A jaguar (Panthera onca), a species in danger of extinction, weighs up to 90 kg and can give birth to 1-4 cubs once a year. This is one of the animals you can visit in the Parque del Este. Entry to the park is free of charge. Photo by Yvonne Becker.

Guacamayas viven libres en Caracas. Macaws live free in Caracas

Guacamayas viven libres en Caracas. Macaws live free in Caracas

Dome of San Francisco Church - Barquisimeto, Lara - Venezuela

Dome of San Francisco Church - Barquisimeto, Lara - Venezuela

Excel - Caracas, Distrito Federal - Venezuela

Excel - Caracas, Distrito Federal - Venezuela

Zulia SkyscraperCity - View Single Post - Venezuela's Megathread

Zulia SkyscraperCity - View Single Post - Venezuela's Megathread

Puente sobre el lago de Maracaibo - Maracaibo, Zulia - Venezuela

Puente sobre el lago de Maracaibo - Maracaibo, Zulia - Venezuela

Rompecolchón - Chirimena, Miranda - Venezuela

Rompecolchón - Chirimena, Miranda - Venezuela

Bolivar Square in San Lorenzo, Venezuela

Bolivar Square in San Lorenzo, Venezuela

Sima Humboldt, Venezuela - At the summit of a dense forested plateau in Venezuela is the world's largest sandstone sinkhole, Sima Humboldt, which drops 1,000 feet (314 m) . Its neighbor, Sima Martel, is another impressive sinkhole. At the bottom of Sima Humboldt is a completely isolated forest. Sinkhole openings where mini-jungles have grown are known as dolines, and they are filled with life, which has been buffered from the outside world by the cave.

Amazing Sinkholes

Sima Humboldt, Venezuela - At the summit of a dense forested plateau in Venezuela is the world's largest sandstone sinkhole, Sima Humboldt, which drops 1,000 feet (314 m) . Its neighbor, Sima Martel, is another impressive sinkhole. At the bottom of Sima Humboldt is a completely isolated forest. Sinkhole openings where mini-jungles have grown are known as dolines, and they are filled with life, which has been buffered from the outside world by the cave.

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