Suri, The Andean Rhea, is currently in danger of extinction due to indiscriminate hunting. It is estimated that there are barely over 200 speciments. Its natural habitat is between 3000 and 4500 meters above sea level between Tacna, Moquegua and Puno.

This flightless bird is the largest in Peru, reaches 1.5m High, Despite reaching 25 kilos. Suri reaches speeds up to 60 kilometers per hour.

In this species, the male is responsible for incubating, raising and protecting their young. This species was protected in the 90's by the NGO Barbara D'Achille. Drawing on the councils and giving talks on keeping this species in the provinces of Tarata and Candarave.