Videos tagged with "rain forest"
ECUADOR Latest Ad - Tourism Commercial - HD HQ [02:41]
DISCOVER a new paradise Ecuador. ECUADOR has the biggest biodiversity per area in the world!. Ecuador ranked in the first place with regards to species per area. The richness of ECUADOR lies in its DIVERSITY, both natural and cultural. Ecuador has 4 diverse and unique regions: The amazon rain forest, the highland Andes, the Coast ,and the Galapagos Archipelago. LOCATION: Ecuador is one of the smallest countries in America . It lies on both the northern and southern Hemispheres and its divided by the Equator , thus the name of the country. It borders Colombia ( North ), Peru ( south and East ) , and the Pacific Ocean ( West ). AREA: about 270.670 km2 or 168.186 square miles. POPULATION: approximately 13 million. LANGUAGE: The first language is Spanish, however most indigenous population speaks Quichua. There are 18 different languages among native communities in the country. RELIGION: 95% catholics. CURRENCY: American Dollar. CLIMATE: The climate throughout the country ranges from tropical equatorial rain in the amazon to perpetual snow on top of the mountains. Cities in the highlands have temperatures that vary from 50F to 70F, while the coastal cities temperatures vary from 60F to 80F during the day. The weather in the jungle is constant: rainy, humid and warm. The Galapagos Island are sunny and warm during the months of December-May , the temperatures drops from June to November.
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Scarlet Macaw in the Yasuni [00:31]
Scarlet Macaws originate in the humid lowland subtropical rain forests, open woodlands, river edges, and savannas of Central and South America. The habitat of the Central American Scarlet Macaw runs through the extreme eastern and southern regions of Mexico and Panama, but also through Guatemala and Belize, while the South American population has an extensive range that covers the Amazon basin; extending to Peru east of the Andes, to Bolivia, and Paraguay. While generally infrequent on the mainland, great colonies of Scarlet Macaws can still be found on the islands of Coiba. Before the Scarlet Macaw's decline in population, its distribution included much of Costa Rica. However, by the 1960s Scarlet Macaws had been decreasing in numbers due to a combination of factors, particularly hunting, poaching, and the destruction of habitat through deforestation. Further, the spraying of pesticides by companies cultivating and selling bananas for export played a significant role in decreasing Scarlet Macaw populations. The combined factors stressed the population of Scarlet Macaws in Costa Rica, where they had previously occupied approximately 42500 km² of the country's total national territory of 51100 km², leaving viable populations in the early 1990s isolated to only two regions on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica; the Carara Biological Reserve and Peninsula de Osa. By 1993 surveys had shown Scarlet macaws occupied only 20% (9100 km²) of their historic range in Costa Rica. The ...
ECUADOR RAIN FOREST [01:15]
BATABURO HUAORANI YASUNI COCA ECUADOR JUNGLE RAINFOREST TIGUINO