Massif de la Hotte is a mountain range in southwestern Haiti covering areas from Jeremie, Les Cayes and Port-Salut. Its highest point rises to 7.700 ft, Haiti's second highest pic.


 It is one of the only two protected natural forests of Haiti and is home to the Island of Hispaniola most diverse and significant biodiversity. The majority of it's birds, plants and nearly 100% of its reptiles are found nowhere else in the world, 13 of its amphibians are also endemic solely in Haiti. Conservation ...

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