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The Andes
       
             
             
   
The Andes is the world's longest continental mountain range that runs along the Peruvian territory.

The Peruvian Andes (Central Andes) includes ones of the highest peaks in South America like Huascaran (6 768 metres – 22 205 feet), Yerupajá (6 635 metres – 21 768 feet), Huandoy (6 395 metres – 20 981 feet), Alpamayo (5 947 metres – 19 511 feet) or Misti volcano (5 822 metres – 19 101 feet), many lakes and lagoons (+such as Titicaca, the World’s highest navigable lake at 3 820 metres – 12 500 feet, that covers an area of over 8 300 square kilometres – 3 205 square miles) as well deepest canyons like Colca (3 400 metres – 11 512 feet) and Cotahuasi (3 535 metres – 11 598 feet).

Also, the mountain region nestled a great diversity of wildlife, both flora and fauna, such as Puya Raimondi, queñual tree, Andean condor, alpaca, vicuña, guanaco, giant Titicaca frog and many others.
       
             
   
       
   
       
             
             
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