Province of Ecuador
Province in Ecuador
Province of Napo
Location of Napo Province in Ecuador.
Cantons of Napo Province
Coordinates: 0°59′20″S 77°48′57″W / 0.9890°S 77.8159°W / -0.9890; -77.8159 Country Ecuador Established October 22, 1959. Capital Tena Cantons List of Cantons • Provincial Prefect José Toapanta • Total 12,542.50 km 2 (4,842.69 sq mi) • Total 103,697 • Density 8.3/km 2 (21/sq mi) • Urban 60,880 Time zone UTC-5 (ECT) Vehicle registration N HDI (2017) 0.731  high · 11th Website www .napo .gob .ec Napo ( Spanish pronunciation: [ˈnapo]) is a province in Ecuador. Its capital is Tena. The province contains the Napo River. The province is low developed without much industrial presence. The thick rainforest is home to many natives that remain isolated by preference, descendants of those who fled the Spanish invasion in the Andes, and the Incas years before. In 2000, the province was the sole remaining majority-indigenous province of Ecuador, with 56.3% of the province either claiming indigenous identity or speaking an indigenous language. 
This province is one of the many located in Ecuador's section of the Amazon Rainforest.
In Napo province are also Antisana Ecological Reserve, Sumaco Napo-Galeras National Park, and Limoncocha National Biological Reserve.
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Napo (Spanish pronunciation: [ ˈnapo]) is a province in Ecuador. Its capital is Tena. The province contains the Napo River. The province is low developed...
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province of Ecuador. The capital is Puerto Francisco de Orellana (also known as Coca). It was created on July 30, 1998, from part of Napo Province. The...
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provinces. There are 221 cantons in the country, of which three are not in any
province[clarification needed]. The cantons are further sub-divided into parishes...
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Napo River (Spanish: Río Napo) is a tributary to the Amazon River that rises in Ecuador on the flanks of the east Andean volcanoes of Antisana, Sincholagua...
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area in Ecuador situated in the Cotopaxi
Province, Napo Province, Pastaza Province and Tungurahua Province. Located within the park is Cerro Hermoso...
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protected area in Ecuador situated in the Cotopaxi
Province, Napo Province and Pichincha Province, roughly 50 km (31 mi) south of Quito. The Cotopaxi...
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is a small village at an altitude of 3,300 metres (10,827 feet) in
Napo Province, Ecuador. The village is located off the Eastern Cordilleras, on the...
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a hydroelectric dam in Ecuador. It is located on the Coca River in
Napo Province, 100 kilometres (62 mi) east of Quito. It is the largest energy project...
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Province, Ecuador Chimborazo Kichua Cholos cuencanos Napo Runa ( Napo Kichua, Quijos-Quichua, Napo-Quichua), Ecuador and Peru...
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to the north, Cotopaxi and Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas to the south,
Napo and Sucumbíos to the east, and Esmeraldas and Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas...
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San Rafael Falls Location Sucumbíos and
Napo, Ecuador Coordinates 0°06′13″S 77°34′53″W / 0.1037°S 77.5813°W / -0.1037; -77.5813 Type Tiered plunges...
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Carlos Quipo Pilataxi (born May 17, 1990, Quijos) is an Ecuador amateur boxer who competed at the 2012 and 2016 Olympics at light flyweight. At the 2011...
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New York. Racheli, L. & Racheli, T. (2006): The Saturniidae Fauna of
Napo Province, Ecuador: An Overview (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae). SHILAP Revista de...
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river into the
province. The Pastaza River surges into the province from the west and as the landscape flattens, meanders on to the Napo, a tributary of...
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Tortricidae. It is found in Ecuador (
Napo Province, Morona-Santiago Province, Carchi Province, Sucumbíos Province). The wingspan is 26–28 mm. The ground...
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Leonardo Palacios (born 2 April 1933) is an Ecuadorian footballer. He played in four matches for the Ecuador national football team in 1963. He was also...
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of different ethnic peoples, including
Napo Kichwa (or Napu Runa, as they call themselves, living in the Napo and Sucumbíos provinces, with some parts...
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Social Christian Party and would later be the first female represent the
Napo Province in the National Assembly of Ecuador, this time for PAIS Alliance. Sanmiguel...
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Tortricidae. It is found in Ecuador (Morona-Santiago
Province, Tungurahua Province and Napo Province) and Peru. Tortricidae.com Razowski, Józef & Janusz...
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the family Tortricidae. It is found in Ecuador (Morona Santiago
Province and Napo Province). tortricidae.com Razowski J. & J. Wojtusiak, 2010: Some Tortricidae...
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