Madre de Dios, Peru

Madre de Dios is a department in the southeast of Peru, bordered by Brazil, Bolivia, and three other departments of Peru. The weather is hot & humid year round, with a tropical rainforest climate throughout. With just over 100,000 residents, Madre de Dios is both the least populated Peruvian department and one of the most biodiverse places on earth; its Manu National Park holds the record for number of amphibians and reptiles in one area. Gold mining, however, still represents the largest portion of their income at over 40% of its annual revenue.

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