A few weeks ago, I started a series of posts focusing on unique facts about Colombia. In the first post, “Two Nifty Nature Facts,” I told you about the highest coastal mountain in the world, the Sierra Nevada, as well as the amazing emerald production in Colombia—the highest level of emerald production in the world. In today’s post, I am going to tell you about two more interesting nature facts about Colombia. Are you ready to be amazed?
1. Colombia has the highest level of biodiversity per square meter in the world!1
There is much debate about which country has the overall highest level of biodiversity in the world, but most tend to agree that per square meter, Colombia has the highest level. What does this mean? It means that Colombia has an extraordinarily high level of diversity in its flora and fauna.
Perhaps the most outstanding diversity…
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