The Boto, the Amazon River Dolphin (Inia geoffrensis), is perfectly adapted to underwater life in the river. It has the ability to wriggle and navigate underwater roots and use echolocation to hunt in cloudy waters. This image is from Wild Amazon.
The Amazon Rainforest is suffering rapid deforestation at the hands of people that use logging and burning to clear land for agriculture and ranching. The fire here was likely set by humans to make room for soybean plantations. Deforestation is so severe that areas cleared of forest are visible to the naked eye from outer space. This image is from Wild Amazon.
A young Kayapo girl with painted facial decorations commonly worn by the Kayapo people. The Kayapo vigorously maintain their traditional lifestyle, while working with outsiders to protect the rainforest. This image is from Wild Amazon.