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Poison dart frog – Southeast Peru’s rainforests are filled with reptiles and amphibians

16 April 2018

More than 200 reptile and amphibian species are found in Tambopata
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Piranha - These Amazon fish do not match their Hollywood reputation

02 April 2018

Not all piranhas are carnivorous, some feed on plants.
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Toucan - Its oversized bill makes it the rainforest’s most recognizable bird

23 March 2018

Toucan vocalizations can be heard throughout the Amazon rainforest
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Bamboo - Bamboo groves flourish along Amazon river systems like Tambopata

08 March 2018

Bamboo stands form key rainforest ecosystems
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Kinkajou - This Amazon forest canopy dweller is a victim of the pet trade

27 February 2018

Their cuteness has made these rainforest creatures popular pets
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Sloths - The rainforest’s two-toed and three-toed sloths are not closely related

14 February 2018

Scientific analysis shows they took to the Amazon’s trees independently
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Harpy eagle - The largest raptor in the Amazon forest

31 January 2018

One of the world’s biggest eagles can be seen in Tambopata National Reserve
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Macaw and parrot clay licks - A highlight among the Amazon’s many attractions

11 January 2018

Tambopata National Reserve is home to the world’s largest clay licks
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Native peoples: Southeastern Peru’s forests have been inhabited for millennia

28 December 2017

The peoples of this part of southeastern Peru belong to seven linguistic groups.
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Tambopata River: This waterway forms part of Peru’s border with Bolivia

05 December 2017

The river that brings life to Tambopata National Reserve emerges from the high Andes.
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In Peru it is tourism that has made it possible to create national reserves and save the forests of the Amazon basin from destruction. By working to encourage travelers to visit the rainforest, we are ensuring it will be around for future generations to appreciate. Pioneering projects like Tambopata Ecolodge, which was established in 1991, provide the model that teaches local people the importance of conserving our natural heritage, by showing them that forests are worth more to us all when they are left to flourish, instead of being exploited.

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