San Guillermo National Park
|San Guillermo National Park|
|Parque Nacional San Guillermo|
|Location||Iglesia Department, San Juan Province, Argentina|
San Guillermo National Park (Spanish: Parque Nacional San Guillermo), also called San Guillermo Biosphere Reserve is a national park in Argentina, in the Iglesia Department of San Juan Province. It was established in 1998. The highest point is 11,000 feet (3,353 meters) and consists of grasslands, wetlands, and canyons. The animals there include vicuña, guanaco, culpeo fox, Andean mountain cat, cougar, and Andean condor.
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