In Peru’s Manu National Park, an amphibian was discovered, the Potamites erythrocularis, that has succeeded in adapting to relatively high and low temperatures.
February 2, 2014
Surveys of the Manu National Park and its buffer zone turned up 155 amphibian and 132 reptile species, 16 more than the 271 species documented in Ecuador’s Yasuní National Park in 2010.
October 17, 2014
A new study in PLOS ONE finds that the species’ population has recovered to full capacity in most of its habitat in Manu National Park in Peru.
October 28, 2014
Thanks to the installation of 60 hidden cameras, the Red TEAM-Network managed to register more than 20,000 images of various terrestrial species in Manu National Park, which consolidates the place as the most biodiverse area of the world.