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Scientists find new, rare and rediscovered species in Bolivian Andes

The expedition took place in the Zongo Valley in Bolivia. Image: Trond Larsen/Conservation International

Tiffany Duong

Writer, EcoWatch

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A new species of metalmark butterfly was one of the newly discovered species found in the Bolivian Andes. Image: Trond Larsen of Conservation International/Handout via REUTERS

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