Orinoquía natural region

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Orinoquía region
Mapa de Colombia (región de la Orinoquía).svg
Ecology
Ecozone Neotropic
Biome Savanna, Wetlands
Geography
Country  Colombia
Rivers Guaviare, Meta, Arauca
Climate type Tropical

The Orinoquía region is one of the five natural regions of Colombia that belongs to the Orinoco River watershed. It is also known colloquially as the Eastern Plains from the Spanish Llanos Orientales. The region covers most of the area of the departments of Meta, Arauca, Casanare and Vichada.

Biogeographical subregion[edit]

The Orinoquía region has the following subregions:

Biodiversity[edit]

The ecosystems of the region are tropical savanna with gallery forests and wetlands along the rivers.

Protected areas[edit]

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