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Mount Upuigma is a tepui (mountain) in Gran Sabana, Canaima National Park, Venezuela. The first people to climb it were John Arran, Ivan Calderon and Steve Backshall, in 2007. Upon reaching the summit, they discovered several unknown species of plants and animals.
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