Bolivia is one of the most diverse countries, not only in terms of
biodiversity, but also in its many regions and ethnic communities. A
young child from a black Bolivian community in the Yungas region poses
for the camera with shining eyes.
A young girl with the Bolivian flag in Ulla Ulla Wildlife Reserve.
Located in the Bolivian Altiplano, many of the Bolivian protected
areas are inhabited by different communities, which are dependent
on natural resources for subsistence.
Bolivia's economy has been sustained by natural resources such as
gas, oil, mining, and forestry. However, while it is a rich country
of natural resources, there are high poverty rates, especially in
rural areas, from which people are forced to move to cities looking
for better opportunities. Children in La Paz city.
With a rich culture and many different traditions throughout Bolivia,
typical dances use feathers of Andean ostrich.