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Land Animals

Nature has determined that in this latitude you won’t be able to see animals that may endanger your life, such as carnivorous animals or poisonous snakes. The Puma, the biggest predator in the south, never comes close to humans and it is very difficult to see it even in its natural habitat, due to the reduced number of specimens left. So it is fundamental that you respect the ecological system that is protected all over the territory.

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