The Cahuinarí National Nature Park, which spans over 2200 square miles, is an indigenous reservation in Putumayo. The area is inhabited by members of the Bora, Miraña, Andoque, Nonyuna-Muinane, and Huitoto communities, and it is studded with trees that are 130 ft tall. Among the endemic wildlife there are piranhas, caimans, anacondas, ocelots, tapirs, deer, and jaguars.