The Amazon rainforest is a vast and alluring place and covers approximately 2.72 million square miles of Trees, Brush, Tropical plants as our #AjiCharapitas.
Besides Jaguars, infected mosquitoes, large crocodiles, there are venomous snakes. These ten venomous snakes in the Amazon rainforest that you would not want to approach. 1. Bushmaster
L. Muta, Stenophrys, Melanocephala The bushmaster snakes are reddish-brown or pinkish-grey animal that is the longest venomous snake in
by Susan Kelley In Fall 2019 Students, teachers, mothers and fathers arrived in dugout canoes after paddling for hours down the Amazon River. They brought bird costumes and bird-shaped signs they’d made out of recycled materials, and bird-themed plays and songs they’d written themselves.
Over five days more than 900 Peruvians from 30 communities gathered in five villages in the Loreto region of Peru for festivals celebrating birds of the Peruvian Amazon. Peru is home to more
While most animals camouflage themselves to blend into their surroundings, the poison dart frog is brightly colored to warn off would-be predators. Their bright hues—ranging from blue, red, yellow, and green—make these tiny creatures a sought-after sighting in the Amazon the home of #charapitas from #charapitafarms . But don’t be fooled by its beauty: their skin secretes a poison that can paralyze—and in some cases—kill its prey. Poison dart frogs are endangered by climate ch