There are 182,716.99 km2 of protected areas in Bolivia which represents about 16% of the national territory. Bolivia contains 66 of the approximate 120 types of ecosystems in the world. It is the eighth country in the world with more biodiversity that protects a large number of timber dealers.
See the list of natural reserves in Bolivia
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These are areas under strict, permanent government protection because of their huge natural wealth.
Noel Kempff Mercado
Also: Llica, Cliore, Mallasa, Mirikiri, Comanche, Las Barrancas, Tuni-Condoriri, Historic Old Santa Cruz.
Natural Areas under Integrated Management
These areas have a legal status that enables conservation of biodiversity and sustainable development of the local people.
National Parks and Natural Areas under Integrated Management
Kaa-Iya del Gran Chaco
Areas of national interest that have a great landscape, geologic or paleontological value.
Areas under government protection that enables sustainable wildlife conservation and management.
Beni Biological Station
Ulla-Ulla Biosphere Reserve and National Fauna Reserve
Blanco River and Negro River
Also: Tapilla Peak, Fiscal Bella Vista, Yura Fauna Reserve, Laguna Alalay and Laguna Angostura, Incakasani-Altamachi National Andean Fauna Reserve, Kenneth Lee Scientific, Ecological, Archeological Reserve.
National areas dedicated to conservation of endemic flora and fauna that are endangered.