Sights & Sounds

When You Least Expect It!

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Ticked off Turtle

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Morning Monkeys

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Logging Patrol

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What Weighs 8 Pounds and is the Only Animal that Can Open a Brazil Nut Pod?

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Who is the better athlete: LeBron James or a hummingbird?

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It’s An Unfinished Country by Mohsin Kazmi

Our period of ecological time is called the Anthropocene era and is characterized by the overwhelming influence that humans have on the way the Earth operates. From the depths of the ocean floor to the remote jungles of the Amazon, the signs of human presence are evident. Knowing this, it is

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Tamandua & Modo Yoga NYC

1277032_667207633310396_2007725188_oTamandua Expeditions hosted Modo Yoga NYC  this past September and it was an incredible

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Moments from the Field

When you walk through the forest in Amazonia one of the things that is strikes many people is the realization that anything can happen. Though rainforests are packed with wildlife, many species have spent millions of years evolving to be camouflaged, silent, and virtual invisible to the senses

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Camera Traps Result in Images and New Knowledge

During last month’s expedition, volunteers from India together with Tamandua Staff began testing our newly acquired camera traps in the jungle. They placed the cameras, which sense heat and motion, on the outskirts of a salt lick and waited. Salt licks are crucial deposits of sodium in

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