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Book an Unordinary Trip to Tambopata and Enter to Win

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 16, 2017 12:45:45 PM / by Rainforest Expeditions Team posted in Tambopata Research Center, Giveaway

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We’re very pleased to announce that one of our tours – 4 Day Tambopata Research Center Trip– has been selected by the platform ‘InfoHub.com’ as an Unordinary Trip of the Month.

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If it Looks Like an Ant and Smells Like an Ant... Batesian Mimicry in the Amazon Jungle

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 11, 2017 7:45:00 AM / by Ash Card posted in Insects, Amazon, amazon wildlife, ants

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Over 150 years ago, in the steamy jungle of the Amazon Rainforest, the explorer and naturalist Henry Walter Bates was watching two different butterflies fly side-by-side. He had discovered that one was poisonous, which would make any predator sick if it was eaten. He also knew that the other lacked any poison defense.

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The Scarlet Macaws Needs Your Help

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 4, 2017 10:37:40 AM / by Rainforest Expeditions Team posted in Tambopata wildlife, macaws

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Since 1989, Rainforest Expeditions has been an ardent supporter of macaw research through the Macaw Project. Viewing macaws is one of the most special experiences guests can have while their tour the amazon rainforest at our lodges. But did you know that 20% of all scarlet macaws that hatch will die of starvation?

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Harpy Diaries : Chick Spreading Its Wings

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 18, 2017 7:09:00 AM / by Daniel Couceiro posted in Harpy Eagle, HarpyCam, harpy eagle nest, harpy eagle chick

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Hello everybody one more time from the heart of the Peruvian Amazon!

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What Amazon wildlife can you see along the Tambopata?

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 6, 2017 8:00:00 PM / by Phil Torres

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Crimson Forest: A Vampire Tale

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 30, 2017 2:28:50 PM / by Paul Bertner posted in Bizarre animal behavior, Amazon, Tambopata National Reserve, rainforest parasitism, collared peccary, vampire bat

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I hadn’t originally intended to cover vampire bat facts in one of these blog instalments; however, when I saw the fascinating and unique footage (perhaps representing the only footage of parasitization of a wild host - a collared peccary) on one of my camera traps at Tambopata Research Center, in the Tambopata National Reserve, I needed no encouragement to pivot from my originally scheduled content.

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