There are dense forests, and of course there are countless rare animals and plants.
In addition to a good landscape, it is also a place for scientists to investigate species.
The Rio Abiseo National Park was built in 1983. The park surrounds the Abiseo Basin, and the two form an organic whole. It was originally established to protect the unique animals and plants in the humid forests of the Andes. The flora and fauna in the park are very endemic, and the yellow-tailed monkeys that were previously considered extinct have been found here.
Asaiou River National Park is located in the Republic of Peru. It was built in 1983 and covers an area of more than 270,000 hectares. It is rich in animal and plant resources. It is home to yellow wool monkeys, hairy spider monkeys and other habitats. There are 36 Chapoya people in the park ( Chachapoya) ancient ruins. In 1990, it was listed as the World Natural and Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.
The park is built to protect rare animals. Only staff who are engaged in research and poor can enter, and it is not open to the public. From a distance, the scenery is beautiful and the air in this piece of land is very good