Cueva de la Quebrada del Toro

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Cueva de Quebrada del Toro
IUCN category II (national park)
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Map showing the location of Cueva de Quebrada del Toro
Map showing the location of Cueva de Quebrada del Toro
Location of Cueva de la Quebrada del Toro
Nearest city Santa Cruz de Bucaral
Coordinates 10°49′56″N 69°00′49″W / 10.83213°N 69.01358°W / 10.83213; -69.01358Coordinates: 10°49′56″N 69°00′49″W / 10.83213°N 69.01358°W / 10.83213; -69.01358
Area 48,85 km²
Established 21 March 1961
Governing body Inparques

The Cueva de la Quebrada del Toro is a national park in the Sierra de Falcón in Falcón State, Venezuela. It is an active river cave, through which flows the largest known underground watercourse in Venezuela.

Wildlife[edit]

Like the Cueva del Guácharo National Park, it has a population of oil-birds (steatornis caripensis).

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