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Tres Chimbadas Oxbow Lake

One thing I can’t do with my camera is to take wildlife pictures; mainly because it doesn’t have a very good zoom, only 3x. But knowing Vince and Tyatt have a SLR camera with a good lens, I didn’t bother to take pictures of things that are a little far away, which means I got no pictures of the birds we saw in the rainforest. Here are some of the nice pictures they took:

Bird by the lake
Originally uploaded by Vincent Ma.

Another bird on a tree
Originally uploaded by Vincent Ma.

A bird drying his wings..
Originally uploaded by Vincent Ma.

Piranha, meat eating fish

Our tour guide did a good demo of piranha biting ability. Granted it was only a piece of leaf, but it left a clean sharp bite mark. I thought it was kinda funny the fish would just start biting when a leaf was placed in front of it.

Where are the monkeys?

We’ve been told that monkeys there would come to our room if they smell anything like food. But the whole time there, I didn’t see any monkeys. Even at the time the picture below taken, I was further down the path. By the time I heard that there were monkeys, I was too far away, and I was too lazy to climb all those stairs again.

Monkeys!
Originally uploaded by Vincent Ma.

Leaving Tambopata


Partial group shot
Originally uploaded by Vincent Ma.

Rio Tambopata from the air
Originally uploaded by Vincent Ma.

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