Iquitos Fauna: A to T

Day 212 – February 19, 2012

As promised, here are some photos of our family’s trip to the Peruvian portion of the Amazon River.

Over the few days that we were there, we saw a variety of animals including…

…”A” is for:

Anaconda

Anaconda

…”B” is for:

Butterfly

Butterfly

…”C” is for:

Coatl

Coati

…”D” is for:

Deer

Deer

…”Ma” is for:

Macaw

Macaw

…”Mo” is for:

Pair of Monkeys

Monkeys

…”S” is for:

Sloth

Sloth

…”Ta” is for:

Tapir

Tapir

…”To” is for:

Toucan

Toucan

To say the Amazon jungle is teeming with life is the classic understatement.

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Posted on May 2, 2012, in Peru, Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. I would only want to see an Anaconda from a great distance! The coati and tapir are fascinating looking creatures. Actually, they all are!

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