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Published on Aug 7, 2012
the wildlife of the delta is also extremely rich and varied. Jaguar, puma, ocelot, red howler and capuchin monkeys, capybara, agouti, giant otter, manatee and dolphins are just a handful of the countless species of mammal that can be observed in their natural habitats. Among the extensive bird population are hoatzin, macaws, parrots, toucans, caciques, kingfishers, cormorants, egrets, falcons, hawks, harpy-eagles, weaverbirds and hummingbirds. There is also an untold number of amphibians, reptiles and fish species, including anaconda, boas, vipers, fer-de-lance, coral snakes, iguana, cayman, turtles, piranha, stingrays and catfish. the moriche provides the Indians with fruit, juices and a sweet pulp that can be made into a type of bread. Moreover, the trunk of the palm is used to cultivate a thumb-sized beetle grub, the moriche worm, a nutritious dietary supplement.
Venture into the land of the Warao, the indigenous people of the waters, though a maze of waterways and dense jungle, thriving with diverse wildlife, to explore the Orinoco Delta, one of the world's great river deltas, which flows majestically out into the Atlantic Ocean.La etnia WARAO habitaba el DELTA AMACURO desde mucho antes de la llegada de los europeos a AMÉRICA.
Debido a lo remoto de la mayor parte de la región, los mismos habían conseguido mantener cierta independencia de los colonizadores.The indigenous WARAO tribe has been living in the DELTA AMACURO long before the Europeans came to America.
Due to the remoteness of the region, these indigenous people managed to maintain a certain independence of the colonial powers.
Forest products: cuajo, mangrove, moriche, seje, yagrumo En el estado habita la mayor parte de la etnia WARAO, que mantiene su idioma The majority of the WARAO ethnic tribe are living in this state. They maintain their own language,