Animal Stamp of Paraguay

Paraguay is the South American landlocked country which is slightly wider than Japan surrounded by Brazil and Bolivia and Argentina. It passed through Spanish rule to last for about 300 years after the first half in the 16th century and became independent in 1811 and shifted in republican form of government in 1844. It was defeated by a fight with Argentina Brazil Uruguay from 1864 to six years and invited the half of the territory and the situation to lose most of the nation. It won for war with Bolivia to 35 years from 1932. A military coup occurs in 1954; it is just 1988; the autocracy system of the President fatty tuna S flannel followed, and it was it in 1993, and finally transferred it to a civil administration, and a civilian president was born.
Seven kinds of animal stamps were issued in 1969 by this Paraguay.
Seven kinds of animal stamps were issued in 1972.
Four kinds of fish stamps were issued in 1998.

Republic of Paraguay
1969.7.9 Normal Stamp
Brazilian Porcupine
Coendou prehensilis
Tufted Capuchin
Cebus apella
Pale-throated Three-toed Sloth
Bradypus tridactylus
Felis concolor
Spectacled Caiman
Caiman crocodilus
Panthera onca
Giant Anteater
Myrmecophaga tridactyla

1972.11.25 Normal Stamp
Southern Tamandua
Tamandua tetradactyla
Red Coati
Nasua socialis
Giant Armadillo
Priodontes giganteus
Marsh Deer
Blastocerus dichotomus
Felis pardalis
Northern Night Monkey
Aotus trivirgatus
American Rhea
Rhea americana

1998.4.17 Fish Stamp
Stoplight Tetra
Tetrogonopterus argenterus
Spotted Surubi Pintado Catfish
Pseudoplatystoma coruscans
Dorado Characin
Salminus brasiliensis
Red-Tailed Barracuda
Acestrorthynchus altus

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