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  • The bark of a kapok tree in Tambopata National Reserve, Madre de Dios, Peru 
#amazon #tree #kapok #rainforest #tambopata #peru
    1 day ago

    by amazonaid

    The bark of a kapok tree in Tambopata National Reserve, Madre de Dios, Peru #amazon #tree #kapok #rainforest #tambopata #peru

  • #Repost from @amazonanthem:

Educational poster seen outside Tambopata. Leaf cutter ant highways lined the trails the ought the trek. Sometimes one ant would be carrying an entire leaf by itself. #amazonanthem #tambopata #ants #peru #rainforest
    4 days ago

    by amazonaid

    #Repost from @amazonanthem: Educational poster seen outside Tambopata. Leaf cutter ant highways lined the trails the ought the trek. Sometimes one ant would be carrying an entire leaf by itself. #amazonanthem #tambopata #ants #peru #rainforest

  • Team Amazon Aid is currently in Peru filming Anthem for the Amazon. Follow @amazonanthem to keep up with our live photo blog of the trip! #amazonanthem #peru #rainforest #explore
    4 days ago

    by amazonaid

    Team Amazon Aid is currently in Peru filming Anthem for the Amazon. Follow @amazonanthem to keep up with our live photo blog of the trip! #amazonanthem #peru #rainforest #explore

  • This photo was taken by Artist for the Amazon Raechel Running and is part of a beautiful series of journal photos taken on a trip to the Peruvian Amazon. #artistsfortheamazon #photography #journal #leaf #feathers #nature #peru #rainforest
    1 week ago

    by amazonaid

    This photo was taken by Artist for the Amazon Raechel Running and is part of a beautiful series of journal photos taken on a trip to the Peruvian Amazon. #artistsfortheamazon #photography #journal #leaf #feathers #nature #peru #rainforest

  • Photo by @danograyson. The giant river otter or
    2 weeks ago

    by amazonaid

    Photo by @danograyson. The giant river otter or "lobo del rio" is a carnivorous member of the weasel family. Found in South America, giant otters live in family groups of 3-8 members. Their numbers have been greatly reduced due to poaching and habitat loss. While there is significant protection in the Peruvian Amazon Basin, they are now one of the rarest otters in the world. #amazonaid #whytheamazon #otters #peru #nature #photography