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BLACK CAYMAN (Melanosuchus niger) The King of the Amazon Rivers and Cochas

200 million years ago dinosaurs and pterosaurs were the dominant reptiles on the planet. They were part of the group of archosaurs, to which crocodiles and alligators also belong, who are considered close relatives of these gigantic prehistoric reptiles. INFORMATION OF MANU TOURS:

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Manu National Park – MANU TOURS PERU

Located in the jungle of the departments of Cusco and Madre de Dios, the Manu National Park represents the greatest natural treasure in Peru, due to the number of species it houses and the diversity of ecosystems it protects. Manu is one of the few wild areas in the world where animals abound and live in a totally natural state.

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Sighting Otorongo in the Manu National Park

Among the natural wonders that the Manu National Park offers, a natural area protected by the State for 45 years and in 1987 declared a Natural World Heritage Site, its fauna stands out as one of its greatest exponents of otorongo or jaguar.

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ECOLOGICAL DORADO LODGE Itinerary

After an early breakfast we continue with our minibus: we pass the village of Pilcopata and cross the river of the same name to get to the small port of Atalaya (600 m). On the way we stop for some walks to observe birds also we stop an animal rescue station and to look for orchids. Before reaching Atalaya we enjoy

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THE RONSOCON (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) the largest rodent in the world

The Ronsoco is the largest rodent, weighing from 35 to 66 kg and with a length of approximately 1.2 m. Females of this species are slightly larger than males. Its coat is thick and thin, and is reddish brown on most of the body,

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The yellow-blue macaw (Ara ararauna)

Also known as the blue-and-yellow macaw, yellow parrot, or yellow-billed paraba, is a species of psittaciform bird in the parrot family endemic to South America. MANU TOURS INFORMATION

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Andean Tapir in danger of extinction

The Andean tapir, also called mountain tapir, danta or pinchaque, is the smallest and perhaps the least studied of the two species present in Peru. It is distributed in the montane and moor forests of Colombia,