The Madidi National Park characterized by its exceptional wealth of biological riches and variety of ecosystems being home to over 4.739 species of plants, 1.370 species of vertebrates and 867 tropical birds and endemic plants, is considered the most biologically rich protected area on earth and a priority for conservation. Last 2005 after a one-of-a-kind international auction for the right to name an entire new species of monkey, the brown-and-orange titi monkey was officially named Callicebus aureipalatii, latinized name of Golden Palace by an internet casino. This titi monkey was discovered by the the Bronx Zoo-based Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Conservationist Dr. Robert Wallace in the jungles of Madidi National Park. Besides the new monkey, inside its border live healthy populations of jaguars, giant river otters, over 1,000 bird species (representing a whopping 11% of the world's 9,000 bird species) and many varieties of rare orchids and other unique plants. The Madidi National Park is composed of snow-capped mountains, glaciers, high Andean lagoons, deep valleys and canyons, cliffs, torrid rivers and waterfalls - all in an area about the size of New Jersey, all adding up to make up some of the most stunning scenery you will ever see. Inside of Madidi National Park, the beautiful indigenous community-owned Chalalan ecolodge is located. The Chalalan Ecolodge stands in the Tuichi valley on the shore of the magnificent Chalal
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