The Amazon rainforest of Peru is one of the most biologically diverse areas on earth.
So great is the variety of species that is estimated that most of them still undiscovered. Peru is the second country in terms of number of bird species in the world and third in terms of mammals, of which 44% and 63% respectively live in the Peruvian Amazon.
There is no other ecosystem in the world with so many species of birds, among these include macaws, toucans, and lots of other species, usually colorful plumage. 20% of the world's species of birds is found in the Amazon forest. This haven of natural diversity is home of thousands of species, many of them endangered, that make different parts of its territory in the center of global eco-tourism attraction.