Duida–Marahuaca National Park
Duida–Marahuaca National Park is a protected area in Amazonas state, Venezuela.
It has an area of 210,000 ha, and includes the Duida–Marahuaca Massif.
The national park was established in 1978.
It has been included within the Alto Orinoco-Casiquiare Biosphere Reserve, which was designated in 1993.
Venezuela's tepuys are the home of a number of endemic frog species.
Sometimes these species are known from only a single tepuy, as is the case of several which are to be found in the national park.
- Duida grass finch (Emberizoides duidae)
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