Uruguay is bounded by South Atlantic Ocean. Located on the southern part of South America Uruguay has a total population of 3,460,607, as per the census of 2007. Portunol and Spanish are the two commonly used languages of Uruguay. Montevideo Uruguay is the capital city of the country. Information about the physiography of the nation can be found in the map of Uruguay. There are 19 departments under the administrative division of Uruguay.
JAGUARUNDIS HERPAILURUS YAGOUAROUNDI or eyra cat is a small wild cat native to Central and South America. It has been listed as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List since 2002. Its presence in Uruguay is uncertain. The megareserves of the Amazon Basin are probably the only conservation units that can sustain long-term viable populations.
When on a trip to Uruguay, most people choose to visit Montevideo, the country’s capital, or its oceanic beaches on the East Coast. However, in the north-west of the country, on the side of the Uruguay River, there is also an area with natural hot spring waters, located near the coastal cities of Salto and Paysandú. Considered the thermal capital of Uruguay, the city of Salto is also one of the most populated cities in the country. However, this means a population of just about 100,000…
Huacachina is a village in the Ica Region, in southwestern Peru. Huacachina has a population of 115 (1999). The oasis features on the back of the 50 Nuevo Sol note. Huacachina is built around a small natural lake in the desert. Called the "oasis of America," it serves as a resort for local families from the nearby city of Ica, and increasingly as an attraction for tourists drawn by the sports of sandboarding and taking dune buggy rides on sand dunes that stretch several hundred feet high.