Ecuadorean Amazon

An expanse of rainforest, rivers and remote Indian communities, the Oriente region of eastern Ecuador is a largely pristine wilderness. Fifty-seven percent of all mammals in Ecuador live in the Amazon basin, and there are more than 15,000 species of plants. Vistors have the chance to see more than 500 species of tropical birds, as well as freshwater dolphins, monkeys, sloths, anacondas, boas, turtles and the elusive jaguar.

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