Biodiversity Assessment Survey of the Kaieteur Plateau and Upper Potaro, Guyana | WWF
Biodiversity Assessment Survey of the Kaieteur Plateau and Upper Potaro, Guyana

Posted on 17 November 2017

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Office in Guyana in collaboration with Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC) launches today the secpnd in a series of reports focusing on Guyana’s incredibly rich biodiversity: ‘Biodiversity Assessment Team (BAT) Survey of the South Rupununi Savannah, Guyana’.
“Dozens of new species have been discovered in the Kaieteur National Park(KNP) and the Upper Potaro area in Guyana. Some of the new discoveries are believed not to be found in any other part of the world and were among the most significant finding of a recent report released by World Wildlife Fund Guianas and Global Wildlife Conservation. This is the second report in a series that highlights Guyana’s incredibly rich biodiversity and represents the most recent broad-based floral and faunal assessment in this unique region. The verdant forests, rivers, streams and even tiny rock seepages within the Kaieteur Plateau teem with life as researchers have documented.” 
Biodiversity Assessment Survey of the Kaieteur Plateau and Upper Potaro, Guyana
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