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Zona de Tortugas y Venados en el Bioparque Los Ocarros
Colombia

El Bioparque Los Ocarros esta ubicado en la ciudad de Villavicencio, tiene un espacio 5.5 hectáreas distribuidas en siete sectores, con 38 hábitats en las que se pueden apreciar 181 especies de la fauna llanera. Esta imagen fue realizada el día lunes 23 de enero de 2012.

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