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Dead in the Middle of the Amazon Jungle

Posted on 18 September 2011 by onthegroundtravel

Dry Land in the Amazon Jungle from trips around the world

After days of hiking through the lush Amazon jungle where there was life lurking in every corner, we were surprised to discover a piece of land along the Amazon bank that was so dry and deserted that the ground cracked and peeled.  We found many dried fish with its shape still intact there.  Aside from the vultures and the one fisherman family that set up a temporary camp on the shore, there was absolutely no life to be seen.  It was an eerie landscape.

Dead fish in the Amazon Jungle from trips around the world

 

To learn more about the lush Amazon jungle as we know it, the posts below will be helpful:

 

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  1. Monkey Says:

    Thanky Thanky for all this good infrmaotion!

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