Oct 27, 2018 - Delfin II
All good things - and trips - must come to an end, and today we enjoyed our last full day exploring the Peruvian Amazon. It was another great day that started very early in the morning when we boarded our skiffs to explore the
We also found several three-toed sloths, some sleeping and some having breakfast on cecropia tree leaves. Another mammal species, new for the trip, was the coppery titi monkey, a newly recognized species endemic to Peru. A small family group of three individuals delighted us with their intriguing vocalizations as they were calling back and forth to another group far away.
During the afternoon we visited the small community of San José de Paranapura, with about eighty inhabitants. San José is a very small but extremely nice town and a real pleasure to visit. It is very clean and well-kept with gardens/orchards surrounding the houses and there are fruits everywhere. There we enjoyed watching the magnificent Victoria
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