So which mythological paradise is it?

You've probably seen the story about the Foja Mountains in Papua New Guinea. Here are a couple of paragraphs:

JAKARTA, Indonesia - Describing it as the discovery of a "Lost World," conservation groups and Indonesia on Tuesday said an expedition to one of Asia's most isolated jungles had found several dozen new species of frogs, butterflies, flowers and birds.
"It's as close to the Garden of Eden as you're going to find on Earth," Bruce Beehler, a Conservation International scientist who led the expedition, said in a statement.

OK, so is it the "Lost World" or the "Garden of Eden"? Let's get this straight.

I say, it's the Garden of Eden if it has unicorns, and the Lost World if it has dinosaurs. Gretchen says it depends how bloodthirsty the animals are.