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Roraima y Kukenam Tepuy. La Gran Sabana, Venezuela

La Gran Sabana, Venezuela, 14-04-2011.Camino hacia el Roraima y Kukenam tepuy en La Gran Sabana. Localizada al sur de Venezuela en el macizo Guayanés en la parte sureste del Estado Bolívar hasta la frontera con Brasil. En ella conviven diversos grupos indígenas, entre ellos la etnia Pemón. La Gran Sabana forma parte de uno de los Parques Nacionales más extensos de Venezuela, el Parque Nacional Canaima. La Gran Sabana, 14 Abril de 2011. .(Ramon Lepage / Orinoquiaphoto/ LatinContent/Getty Images)..Trail to Kukenam and Roraima tepui. Tepuis are large mesas that rise out of dense jungle in southeast Venezuela and adjacent Brazil and Guyana. Over 100 of these plateaus rise above the verdant landscape of this region, which is known in Venezuela as the Gran Sabana and also the Guyana Highlands. Tepuis are comprised of Precambrian sandstone, and are some of the oldest exposed rock formations in the world. Monte Roraima is one of the best known of the tepuis and has a labyrinth of rock forms and endemic plants on its summit..

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La Gran Sabana, Venezuela, 14-04-2011.Camino hacia el  Roraima y Kukenam tepuy en La Gran Sabana.  Localizada al sur de Venezuela en el macizo Guayanés en la parte sureste del Estado Bolívar hasta la frontera con Brasil. En ella conviven diversos grupos indígenas, entre ellos la etnia Pemón. La Gran Sabana forma parte de uno de los Parques Nacionales más extensos de Venezuela, el Parque Nacional Canaima. La Gran Sabana, 14 Abril  de 2011. .(Ramon Lepage / Orinoquiaphoto/ LatinContent/Getty Images)..Trail to Kukenam and Roraima tepui. Tepuis are large mesas that rise out of dense jungle in southeast Venezuela and adjacent Brazil and Guyana. Over 100 of these plateaus rise above the verdant landscape of this region, which is known in Venezuela as the Gran Sabana and also the Guyana Highlands. Tepuis are comprised of Precambrian sandstone, and are some of the oldest exposed rock formations in the world. Monte Roraima is one of the best known of the tepuis and has a labyrinth of rock forms and endemic plants on its summit..