This is a 360 degree 3D view of a WorldView 4 very high resolution satellite image dated March 4 2018, of Cerro Aracamuni WEST, inside Serranía La Neblina National Park, on the border of Brazil and the state of Amazonas (Venezuela). Three mining sectors are visible, from North to South, that are between Aracamuni West and Aracamuni East. Destruction caused by illegal mining is visible in the depression between Aracamuni West and East. A burned area of the rainforest is visible. On the top of Cerro Aracamuni West, a large elongated mine can be seen with a grey cloud that is smoke from a forest fire. These inaccessible mountains within the national park are supplied by helicopters belonging to the Bolivarian Armed Forces, and the mines are operated and controlled by the FARC/ELN, who smuggle the gold into Colombia.