Duida–Marahuaca National Park

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Duida–Marahuaca National Park is a protected area in Amazonas state, Venezuela. Duida–Marahuaca National Park_sentence_0

It has an area of 210,000 ha, and includes the Duida–Marahuaca Massif. Duida–Marahuaca National Park_sentence_1

The national park was established in 1978. Duida–Marahuaca National Park_sentence_2

It has been included within the Alto Orinoco-Casiquiare Biosphere Reserve, which was designated in 1993. Duida–Marahuaca National Park_sentence_3

Endemic fauna Duida–Marahuaca National Park_section_0

Frogs Duida–Marahuaca National Park_section_1

Venezuela's tepuys are the home of a number of endemic frog species. Duida–Marahuaca National Park_sentence_4

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–Marahuaca National Park_sentence_5

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Several frog species are only known from the summit of Cerro Marahuaca, including Pristimantis marahuaka, Metaphryniscus sosai, and Myersiohyla inparquesi. Duida–Marahuaca National Park_sentence_6

Birdlife Duida–Marahuaca National Park_section_2

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See also Duida–Marahuaca National Park_section_3

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