El Diario reports:
They oppose poaching of vicuña
An estimated kilo of vicuna wool is sold at more than $400, according to the National Program of Vicuña in Bolivia. Last year, Bolivia exported 373,000 kilos of fiber worth $2.9 million, almost three times more than in 2009.
Vicuna, the camelid family, living in the highlands [punas y altiplano], Peru as having the largest producer with 208,899 heads, followed by Bolivia has 136,000, more than 63,000 in Argentina, Chile with 60,000 and Ecuador 5,000.