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National Geographic


Along the eastern base of the Peruvian Andes is a great river named Manu, the life blood for one of the world's great secrets the Manu Biosphere Reserve. As mist rises off the great river, howler monkeys issue the wakeup call…it is morning in the rain forest. Hundreds of parrots form a brilliant kaleidoscope upon the clay licks they feast upon. Giant otters take their first swim in the cool waters while sloths get a slow start on their slow day underneath the mystical canopy. Come discover what that day will bring in this tropical paradise. Come discover the mysteries of Manu.



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    River Wolves

    The secluded lakes of Peru are the perfect home for giant otters, also known as river wolves.

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