Uruguay is bounded by South Atlantic Ocean. Located on the southern part of South America Uruguay has a total population of as per the census of Portunol and Spanish are the two commonly used languages of Uruguay.
With a population of almost 3 million people, Baires (the other way of saying Buenos Aires) is a huge city. It is not a question of what to do – it is more like WHEN to do all the things. I have spent 3 weeks in the city and here is my list of best thing
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The Glaucous Macaw (Anodorhynchus glaucus) is a large all blue South American parrot, a member of a large group of Neotropical parrots known as macaws. This macaw is critically endangered and generally believed to be extinct.
A jaguarondi, also called the eyra cat, is a small-sized wild cat native to Central and South America. It is also found along the US/Mexico border. It is endangered. Locals say it makes a terrifying scream.
About a fifth of the population is atheist and 47% are not religious this makes them the 6th least religious country in the world. According to psychology today countries with low life expectancy are more religious so this explains why there lifespan is on the longer end and this could also possible be why they have a lower GDP because they are working more.
The Campo Flicker (Colaptes campestris) is a species of bird in the woodpecker family. It is found in a wide range of open and semi- habitats in eastern Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay and north-eastern Argentina.