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The Reserva Nacional de Fauna Andina Eduardo Avaroa , which was created in 1973, covers an area of 7150 sq km and receives in excess of 50,000 visitors annually. Its emphasis is on preserving the vicuña and the yareta plant, both of which are threatened in Bolivia, as well as other unique ecosystems and endemic species. (Note: there is talk of a steep admission hike.)
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