Venezuela, authoritatively the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (Spanish: República Bolivariana de Venezuela), is a nation on the northern bank of South America, comprising of a mainland landmass and an extensive number of little islands and islets in the Caribbean Sea. The capital and biggest urban agglomeration is the city of Caracas. It has a regional expansion of 916,445 km2 (353,841 sq mi). The mainland domain is verged on the north by the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, on the west by Colombia, Brazil on the south, Trinidad and Tobago toward the north-east and on the east by Guyana. The nation has very high biodiversity and is positioned seventh on the planet's rundown of countries with the most number of species. There are environments running from the Andes Mountains in the west to the Amazon bowl downpour woodland in the south by means of broad llanos fields, the Caribbean coast and the Orinoco River Delta in the east.
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Caracas, formally Santiago de León de Caracas, is the capital and biggest city of Venezuela, and focus of the Greater Caracas Area. Caracas is situated along the Guaire River in the northern piece of the nation, following the forms of the thin Caracas Valley on the Venezuelan waterfront mountain run (Cordillera de la Costa). Landscape appropriate for structure lies somewhere in the range of 760 and 1,140 m (2,490 and 3,740 ft) above ocean level, in spite of the fact that there is some settlement over this range. The valley is near the Caribbean Sea, isolated from the coast by a precarious 2,200-meter-high (7,200 ft) mountain extend, Cerro El Ávila; toward the south there are more slopes and mountains. Caracas has been viewed as a standout amongst the most significant social, vacationer, mechanical and financial focuses of Latin America. The Museum of Contemporary Art of Caracas is a standout amongst the most significant in South America. The Museum of Fine Arts and the National Art Gallery of Caracas are likewise critical.
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Flor de mayo (Cattleya mossiae)
Cattleya mossiae (truly "Moss' Cattley's"), generally known as easter orchid, is a types of labiate Cattleya orchid. The white-bloomed structure is once in a while known as Cattleya wagneri. It is among the gathering of exceptionally fragrant orchids.
Turpial (Icterus icterus)
The Venezuelan troupial (icterus) is the national bird of Venezuela and one of around 25 or so types of New World orioles. It is found in Colombia, Venezuela, and the Caribbean islands of Aruba, Curaçao, Bonaire, and Puerto Rico. Venezuelan troupials are genuinely substantial in size, with a long tail and a massive bill. It has a zit and upper bosom. The plumes on the facade of the neck and upper bosom stick outward, making an uneven limit between the dark and the orange of the flying creature's lower bosom and underside. The remainder of the orange shading is found on the upper and lower back, isolated by the dark shoulders. The wings are generally dark aside from a white streak that runs the length of the wing when in a shut position. The eyes are yellow, and encompassing every one, there is a fix of splendid, blue, exposed skin.
Oso de anteojos (Tremarctos ornatus)
The spectacled bear (Tremarctos ornatus), otherwise called the Andean bear or Andean short-confronted bear and locally as jukumari (Aymara), ukumari (Quechua) or ukuku, is the final short-confronted bear (subfamily Tremarctinae). The spectacled bear is the main bear local to South America and is the biggest land carnivoran on that piece of the landmass, in spite of the fact that as meager as 5% of its eating regimen is made out of meat. The spectacled bear is an average sized types of bear. By and large, its hide is blackish in shading, however bears may fluctuate from coal black to dull dark colored and to even a rosy tint. The species normally has unmistakable beige or ginger-shaded markings over its face and upper chest, however not every single spectacled bear have "exhibition" markings. The example and degree of pale markings are marginally extraordinary on every individual bear, and bears can be promptly recognized by this. Guys are a third bigger than females in measurements and at times twice their weight. Guys can weigh from 100 to 200 kg (220 to 440 lb), and females can weigh from 35 to 82 kg (77 to 181 lb). Contrasted with other living bears, this species has a progressively adjusted face with a moderately short and expansive nose.
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