Bolivia should not just be known for its cultural, but its animal diversity as well. In fact, some experts even consider this South American nation one of the world's most biologically
While llamas, alpacas, guanacos, and camels are some of the most popular native animals in Bolivia, the Andean flamingo also calls Bolivia its home. In fact, this is
one of the most rare flamingos in the entire world. From giant otters to
maned wolfs and chinchillas, Bolivia has a lot to offer for all animal lovers. As a volunteer in Bolivia,
your efforts will mostly be focused on the wildlife animal population, since Bolivia's maritime ecosystems do not have much to offer.
However, you will find some Amazon River
here as well. Since Bolivia features flooded, dry, and cloud forests along with mountain and lowland savannahs, these habitats are home to a diverse range of wild animals.
Sadly, some of the most unique animals, such as the short-tailed chinchilla that is native to Bolivia, are in danger of becoming extinct already. Thus, your help as a volunteer
in Bolivia is urgently needed! So why not take this opportunity by the horns and get the chance to experience the amazing animal kingdom of this country for yourself by joining a