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The cats are one of the most specialised and highly adapted predators there are. With retractable claws, keen eyesight and acute senses, they are often the top predator no matter their environment. These senses and their agility comes into importance in the world’s rainforests where dense trees block a direct path to prey. Some jungle […]

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Book This Tour Now! Anaconda near Manu Wildlife Center, Peru, by Beto Santilan As Earth’s largest tropical wilderness, the Amazon is home to more species than anywhere else. The large predators and iconic animals that roam this expansive forest include the famous jaguar, black caiman, and Amazon jungle anaconda, a fascinating snake surrounded in mystery. […]

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The Amazon Rainforest is a vast ecosystem covering 40% of the South American continent and crosses nine South American nations. Fed by the mighty Amazon River, one of the largest rivers on Earth, the Amazon’s tributaries feed this tropical wilderness with waterways reaching deep within this incredible forest. Amazon jungle animals you can find include […]

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After adding so many more Amazon Rainfores tours to the site, I thought it was time to write some more articles on Amazon animals and plants. Reptiles Amazon Reptiles The western Amazon Rainforest, found in Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, and western Brazil, has the highest diversity … Lizards Amazon Lizards There are well over 100 different […]

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The Thinkjungle.com Search Page is finally up and running ready for the addition of some more tours and lodges. A small search bar is included on the top right of each Amazon tour / info page that takes you to a search page where you can filter results. Have a play around and feel free […]

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The staff biologist (Alfredo Dosantos Santillán) at the Tahuayo Lodge (located 150km from Iquitos, Peru) recently mentioned that conditions are now perfect for seeing Amazon River dolphins at both Tahuayo Lodges. The dolphins include the tucuxi dolphins (photo here) and the larger pink dolphins. The Tahuayo River waters have risen, which attracts an abundance of […]

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