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Transporte aereo en avionetas en la amazonia del Peru, importante rubro de transporte de carga, pasajeros y servicios, que debe recibir el apoyo necesario para afianzar la conectividad e interconexion amazonica.

Transporte aereo en avionetas en la amazonia del Peru, importante rubro de transporte de carga, pasajeros y servicios, que debe recibir el apoyo necesario para afianzar la conectividad e interconexion amazonica.

Spanning across Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana, the Amazon Rainforest has been named one of “New 7 Wonders of Nature.” This lush region has unparalleled biodiversity. In fact, one in ten known species in the world lives in the Amazon Rainforest.

Amazon Rain Forest, Colombia

San Rafael falls on the Quijos River in Yasuni National park in Columnia. I love waterfalls.

2/04/2014  3:13pm Waterfalls in the Amazon River Basin.  Steaming, Boiling, Rolling, Flowing. striped-cherry.tumblr.com

Kaietuer Falls, Guyana - Amazing Picture Nestled in some of the most unspoilt rainforest on earth, the Kaietuer Falls in Guyana, South America, is a truly awe-inspiring sight.

Do you ever wonder where the laughter and music comes from in the forest?

Kelsey's Favorite Places to Visit and Foods to Eat!

The Forest City, a secret place where mystical forest creatures can stay, safe and hidden.

Winter mystique in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada • photo: Douglas Sprott on Flickr

Remember when Joli and I were little and trucking through the hills to find the perfect Christmas tree with you and dad. magicalnaturetour: Ottawa Ontario Canada March 2011 — Winter Scenes 112 (by dugspr — Home for Good)

Butterflies In The Amazon - This (along with so many innumerable reasons) is why the rain forests are so important.  We are destroying so much of our world that we could lose things like this in our lifetime.  That's too fast for the Earth to compensate.

Butterflies In The Amazon

In The - This (along with so many innumerable reasons) is why the rain forests are so important. We are destroying so much of our world that we could lose things like this in our lifetime. That's too fast for the Earth to compensate.

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