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Flora and Fauna of Panama



Home to animal and flower species of a wide variety, Panama Flora and Fauna is known for its diversity. Panama is a land of thick rain forests and great wildlife. Flora in Panama comprises about nine thousand species of flowering plants. Among these varieties, Holy Ghost Orchid is the national flower.

Flora and Fauna in Panama attracts people from all over the world. The mammals living in Panama are anteater, coati, armadillo, bat, peccary, deer, opossum, tapir, raccoon, and many varieties of monkeys. The reptiles mainly include the alligators, which are found in plenty along the coasts. The birds and fishes found in Panama migrate from different places. The harpy eagle, largest of the neotropical raptors, the solitary and the crested eagles are the important birds of Panama.

Panama is heaven for nature and wildlife lovers. Panama Land and People supports the growth of Flora and Fauna in Panama. The national parks in Panama such as Darien National Park, Chagres National Park, Metropolitan National Park, La Amistad International Park, etc. preserve the Panama Flora and Fauna and protect them in the best way. The beauty of Panama is completed by the Panama Flora and Fauna. The plant enthusiasts can not find a better place other than Panama for their studies, researches and trips.



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