What can you do in colombia?
Whatever you want! Colombia has a great fountain of natural resources and attractions. Go to beaches, visit ecological parks, visit the capitals and towns. Colombia is a very beautiful country, where you can have a wonderful experience. ;)
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Colombia is a country that is located in northwest South America.It has a population of 47 million people and the capital is Bogota.
Colombia is a country in the northwestern part of South America.
In the north part of South America
Agouti - Black agouti, Central American agouti, Red acouchi, Green acouchi Amazonian manatee Amazonian hog-nosed skunk Andean bear Andean tapir American manatee A…rmadillo - Giant armadillo, Northern naked-tailed armadillo, Greater long-nosed armadillo, Common long-nosed armadillo, Llanos long-nosed armadilloBaird's tapir Bald uakari Bats - Lesser dog-like bat. Orange nectar bat, Mexican funnel-eared bat, Parnell's mustached bat, Pale-faced bat, Thomas's nectar bat, Wagner's mustached bat, Common vampire bat, Pale spear-nosed bat, Tomes's sword-nosed bat, White-winged vampire bat, Lesser spear-nosed bat, Marinkelle's sword-nosed bat, Northern ghost bat, Greater spear-nosed bat, Orinoco sword-nosed bat, Aratathomas's yellow0shouldered bat, Lesser bulldog bat, Greater ghost bat, Tent-maiking bat, Guianan spear-nosed bat, Silky short-tailed bat, Bidentate yellow-shouldered bat, Greater bulldog bat, Isabelle's ghost bat, Striped hairy-nosed bat, Brown tent-making bat, White-lined bat, Chestnut short-tailed bat, Long-legged bat, Bogota yellow-shouldered bat, Peale's free-tailed bat, Hairy little fruit bat, Bedentate yellow-eared bat, Eldorado broad-nosed bat, Seba's short-tailed bat, Hairy yellow-shouldered bat, Broad-eared bat, Fischer's little fruit bat, Hairy-legged vampire bat, Brock's yellow-eared bat, Short-headed broad-nosed bat, Little yellow-shouldered bat, Big free-tailed bat, Mato grosso dog-faced bat, Melissa's yellow-eared bat, Choco broad-nosed bat, Highland yellow-shouldered bat, Handley's tailless bat, Small big-eared brown bat, Striped yellow-eared bat, Thomas's broad-nosed bat, Shaggy bat, Louis's yellow-shouldered bat, Geoffroy's tailless bat, Dwarf dog-faced bat, Little yellow-eared bat, Heller's broad-nosed bat, Wrinkle-faced bat, Greater yellow-shouldered bat, Broad-toothed tailless bat, Black mastiff bat, Great stripe-faced bat, Buffy broad-nosed bat, Talamancan yellow-shouldered bat, Tiny yellow bat, Bonda mastiff bat, Spectral bat, Shadowy broad-nosed bat, Tilda yellow-shouldered bat, Large fruit-eating bat, Chestnut sac-winged bat, Proboscis bat, White bat, Pallas's mastiff bat, Greater broad-nosed bat, Brazilian free-tailed bat, Andesen's fruit-eating bat, Greater sac-winged bat, Miller's mastiff bat, Salvin's big-eyed bat, Brown fruit-eating bat, Frosted sac-winged bat, Brazilian brown bat, Sinaloan mastiff bat, Little big-eyed bat, Silver fruit-eating bat, Lesser sac-winged bat, Argentine brown bat, Hairy big-eyed bat, Macconnell's bat, Big brown bat, Ghost-faced bat, Hawaiian hoary bat, Black bonneted bat, Godman's long-tailed bat, Jamaican fruit-eating bat, Dwarf bonneted bat, Intermediate long-tailed bat, Great fruit-eating bat, Tacarcuna bat, Big bonneted bat, Lesser long-tailed bat, Dark fruit-eating bat, Southern yellow bat, Wagner's bonneted bat, Greater long-tailed bat, Pygmy fruit-eating bat, Big red bat, Sanborn's bonneted bat, Silver-tipped myotis, Big-eared wooly bat, Flat-faced fruit-eating bat, Toltec fruit-eating bat, Ega long-tongued bat, Western bonneted bat, Hairy-legged myotis, Curacao myotis, Short-eared bat, Hairy big-eared bat, Thumbless bat, Black myotis, Little big-eared bat, Peter's disk-winged bat, , Ecuadorian sac-winged bat, Southern long-nosed bat, Commissaris's long-tongued bat, Montane myotis, White-bellied big-eared bat, Spix's disk-winged bat, Dark long-tongued bat, Miller's long-tongued bat, Riparian myotis, Chestnut long-tongued bat, Pallas's long-tongued bat, Velvety myotis, Big crested mastiff bat, Greater dog-like bat, Handley's nectar bat, Visored bat, Davy's naked-backed bat, Schmidts's big-eared bat, Fringe-lipped bat, White-winged dog-like bat, Goldman's nectar bat, Big naked-backed bat Black-mantled tamarin Black uacari Brazilian guinea pig Brazilian tapir Brown brocket Bush dog Bushy-tailed olingo Butcher Cabasu Capybara Caribbean monk seal Coatimundi Common fox Common squirrel monkey Collared peccary Colombian night monkey Colombian weasel Cotton-headed tamarin Cougar Crab-eating raccoon Dolphins - Amazon river dolphin, Atlantic spinner dolphin, Atlantic dolphin, Atlantic spotted dolphin, Long-beaked dolphin, Rough-toothed dolphin, Fraser's dolphin, Estuarine dolphin Douroucouli Eastern cottontail Eyra cat Forest rabbit Geoffroy's monk saki Geoffroy's tamarin Giant Brazilian otter Goeldi's marmoset Golden-mantled howling monkey Gray fox Greater grison Guinea pig Jaguar Kinkajou La plata otter Little coati Little red brocket deer Little spotted cat Long-haired spider monkey Long-tailed weasel Ocelot Opossum - Murine mouse opossum, Robinson's mouse opossum, Brown four-eyed opossum, Western woolly opossum, Long-furred woolly mouse opossum, Central American woolly opossum, Short-furred woolly mouse opossum, Sepia short-tailed opossum, Black four-eyed opossum, Little rufous mouse opossum, Dryland mouse opossum, Gray-bellied slender mouse opossum, Handley's slender mouse opossum, Andean slender mouse opossum, Delicate slender mouse opossum, Water opossum, Alston's woolly mouse opossum, Pale-bellied woolly mouse opossum, White-eared opossum, Wood sprite gracile mouse opossum, Common opossum, Northern gracile mouse opossum, Lutrine opossum, Blackish shrew opossum, Silky shrew opossum Ma's night monkey Margay Mottle-face tamarin Mouse - Snow-footed oldfield mouse, Unicolored oldfield mouse, Woodland oldfield mouse, Ashy-bellied oldfield mouse, Silky oldfield mouse, Bristly mouse, Hummelinck's vesper mouse, Dusky montane mouse, Narrow-footed bristly mouse, Trinidad spiny pocket mouse, Southern spiny pocket mouse, Colombian grass mouse, Mexican harvest mouse, Bogota grass mouse, Northern grass mouse, Cauca climbing mouse, Desmarest's spiny pocket mouse, Coues's climbing mouse, Chibchan water mouse, Short-tailed cane mouse, Colombian forest mouse, Brown cane mouse, Golden oldfield mouse, Buff-bellied climbing mouse. Venezuelan climbing mouse, Broad-footed climbing mouse Night monkey Northern pudu Paca - Spotted paca, Mountain paca Pacarana Porcupine - Brown hairy dwarf porcupine, Bicolor-spined porcupine. Stump-tailed porcupine Rat - Talamancan rice rat, Simon's spiny rat, Colombian rice rat, Hispid cotton rat, Napo spiny rat, Amazon bamboo rat, Macconnell's rice rat, Alfaro's rice water rat, Tome's spiny rat, Gorgas's rice rat, Alston's cotton rat, Gray-footed spiny rat, Bolivar rice rat, Coues's rice rat, O'connell's spiny rat, Hendee's spiny rat, Tomes's rice rat, Magdalena spiny rat, Alfaro's rice rat, Minca spiny rat, Gorgona spiny rat, Highland small rice rat, Forest small rice rat, South American water rat, Mira climbing rat, Montane fish-eating rat, Armored spiny rat, Arboreal soft-furred spiny rat, Bicolored arboreal rice rat, Rufous tree rat, Unicolored arboreal rice rat, Marsh rat, Dusky rice , rat, White-tailed olalla rat, Yellow-crowned brush-tailed rat, Huallaga spiny rat, Spiny tree rat, Greedy olalla rat, Colombian spiny rat, Destructive pygmy rice rat, Cayenne spiny rat, Fulvous pygmy rice rat, Boyaca spiny rat, Red crested tree rat, Armored rat, Speckled tree rat, Yellow arboreal rice rat, Arboreal rice rat, Crab-eating rat, Trinidad arboreal rice rat, Grayish pygmy rice rat Red brocket Red howler monkey Short-eared dog Silvery-brown bare-face tamarin South American coati Squirrel - Northern Amazon red squirrel, Southern amazon red squirrel, Andean squirrel, Red-tailed squirrel, Central American dwarf squirrel, Amazon dwarf squirrel, Western dwarf squirrel, Santander dwarf squirrel, Tayra Thaeler's pocket gopher Tropical weasel Whale - Blainville's beaked whale, Ginkgo-toothed beaked whale, Lesser beaked whale, Pygmy killer whale, Common minke whale White-faced capuchin White-lipped peccary White-tailed deer White-fronted capuchin
Colombia's weather varies a Lot In coast like Barranquilla: its HOT! In Bogota: Its Very cold. Its cold in some places and hot in some the mountains have snow BTW
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VISIT THE SALT MINE CATHEDRAL IN BOGOTA AND THE SANCTUARY WHICH OVERLOOKS BOGOTA AND LOTS OF ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS INCLUDING THE HOUSE OF SIMON BOLIVAR. THE PARKS ARE GO…RGEOUS TO Colombia now has the largest number of Eco-Preservation parks that are open to tourist in which you can hike and see species only found in Colombia and no-where else in the world. You can dance Salsa with the world best Salsa Dancers You can do great surfing on the Pacific Coast. You can para-glide and para-sail on the Caribbean & Atlantic You can meet some of the worlds most beautiful looking people like Shakira and Juanes and Cho-quib-Town You can hear the most clearest and beautiful spoken Spanish in the world You can have the worlds best cup of coffee or "tinto classico" AKA espresso shot You can see some of the rarest flowers in the world and birds just by hanging out in any major city.
After the discovery of America, it was a colony of the Spanish Kingdom. Then after it became independent as "La Gran Colombia" and further independences reduced it to what is …now known as Colombia
Society is often very biased and favors the rich, so a group of lower-income people was formed to revolutionize the country. Though their motives were good, they eventually st…arted killing people, etc. They are now named FARC and fight against the government. FARC soldiers are sometimes referred to as guerrilla.
Colombia is an independent republic and is no longer under the Spanish crown. Spanish is the official language of Colombia.
Malaria is found in Africa, South America, and East Asia. Colombia is in western South America, so it is possible to get malaria there.
British "ColUmbia"is in Canada ColOmbia the country is a country with NOOOO association to Britain/British etc..
Of course. It's a representative democracy, or a republic, just like the United States.
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