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Peru’s Amazon basin is one of the most biologically diverse places on the planet. While here you have chance of seeing monkeys, caimans, capybaras, anteaters, and even pink river dolphins. #peru #amazon http://www.anywhereperu.com/destinations/iquitos

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from The Borderless Project

The Amazonian City of Iquitos, Peru

The Amazonian City of Iquitos, Peru l Travel Tips l @tbproject

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Iquitos in December 2012! Travel RESPONSibly to the jungle with RESPONSible Travel Peru, visit www.responsibletravelperu.com

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Travel Peru l A Guide to the National Parks in the Peruvian Amazon l @perutravelnow

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Canopy walk, Amazon rainforest, Peru by Byrd on a Wire, via Flickr

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Rainforest undergrowth. Tangled lianas (woody vines) covered in moss. Lianas use trees for vertical support in order to reach the top of the canopy and other well-lit areas of the rainforest. Photographed near Iquitos, Peru.

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from THAT BACKPACKER

Iquitos: An Introduction to the Peruvian Amazon

Visiting Iquitos: An introduction to the biggest city in the Peruvian Amazon featuring things to do and places to visit in Iquitos and the surrounding area.

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from Inspired Magazine

20+ Amazing Nature Photography That Will “Wow’ You

Amazon Rainforest

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Giant Lilly Pads In The Amazon Rain Forest, Peru

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