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Cuellar will now move on to the Gran Chaco, a region that includes Bolivia, Brazil Paraguay, and Argentina. Since more than a hundred years, its natural resources, which include 400 plant species, 150 mammal and bird species, have been under threat. This includes the wild ancestors to domesticated llamas, guanacos.

Cuellar, a native of Guarani, Ayoreode, and Chiquitano, trained three ethnic groups as parabiologists five years ago. These parabiologists are native residents and play an important role in spreading conservation values to native communities. Cuellar wants to expand her work in Paraguay and Argentina, creating a long-term sustainable local employment option.

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