- published: 12 Sep 2013
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Del resultado de una gran pasión por la naturaleza y la vida silvestre y con el objetivo de desarrollar la investigación ecológica y promover la conservación de los ecosistemas importantes en Paraguay. Wildlife Tours Paraguay ofrece tours de observación de aves y vida silvestre en diferentes lugares de todo el país.
This is the second part of a 3 series presentation! Paradises of the South Presents: This is maybe one of the most beautiful commercially available properties of the World! The Farm is situated in the heart of South America, in a country called Paraguay. It is part of the "Pantanal", which is known for having the greatest Fauna of the Americas! More explanations are given in the video. For more information please contact: southernparadises at yahoo.com or contact us via youtube.
This compilation of camera trap video clips was put together by José Luis Cartes (Pepe) -- Director of Programmes at Guyra Paraguay, one of WLT's partners. The camera traps are set along the paths around their Three Giants Biological Station in the Paraguayan Chaco-Pantanal and were taken in May and June 2012. The station is named after the 'The 3 Giants': Giant Anteater ( Myrmecophaga tridactyla),Giant Otter (Pteronura brasiliensis) and Giant Armadillo(Priodontes maximus) that can be found in the area. Translation: "Puma and baby, ocelot then jaguar, puma again, another puma and baby --the same ones?, ocelot watching, the king of the forest, the jaguar." You can read our story about the Jaguar that became a regular visitor to this reserve on our website: http://www.worldlandtrust.org/ne...
This is the first part of a 3 series presentation! Paradises of the South Presents: This is maybe one of the most beautiful commercially available properties of the World! The Farm is situated in the heart of South America, in a country called Paraguay. It is part of the "Pantanal", which is known for having the greatest Fauna of the Americas! More explanations are given in the video. For more information please contact: southernparadises at yahoo.com or contact us via youtube.
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Thousands of Paraguayan farmers have gathered outside the country's Congress in Asucion to vent their frustration at President Horacio Cartes, who they say has failed to deliver on land reform promises. In Paraguay, arable land is in the hands of the few and multinational companies control most of the soy bean and beef industry - the country's main products. Cartes took office nearly eight months ago but has yet to make good on land reform promises. Al Jazeera's Rachel Levin reports from Nuati.
The Pantanal is a huge, gently-sloped basin that receives runoff from the upland areas (the Planalto highlands) and slowly releases the water through the Paraguay River and tributaries. The formation is a result of the large, concave pre-Andean depression of the earth's crust, related to the Andean orogeny of the Tertiary. It constitutes an enormous internal river delta, in which several rivers flowing from the surrounding plateau merge, depositing their sediments and erosion residues, which have been filling, throughout the years, the large depression area of the Pantanal. This area is also one of the distinct physiographic provinces of the larger Parana-Paraguay Plain area. (from wikipedia)
http://project-live-isle.jimdo.com/home/ Das Project Lebensinsel soll Menschen helfen in und mit der Natur zu Leben. Wir haben 10 Hektar gerodetes Land der Natur zurueck gegeben. Jeder der einsteigen moechte ist willkommen. Leben und Sein wie Du bist, oder wie Du sein moechtest. Wir reden nicht nur, wir sind aktiv.
The Pantanal is a huge wetland found in Brazil and partly in Paraguay and Bolivia. The region protects the world's largest tropical wetland, an area about the size of England. The Pantanal floods once every year and provides a very unique ecosystem for a vast array of wildlife. Some key species are the jaguar, capybara, anacondas, tapir, and the Hyacinth macaw. People living in the Pantanal region are mostly cattle ranchers and their way of life is tied very closely to the land. This documentary takes an intimate look at this special place, it's wildlife, it's people, and the plight for it's future. For more documentaries, please subscribe.