Rurrenabaque-Amazonian Pampas

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The plains of the Amazonian Pampas allow visitors to get up close to nature including alligators, freshwater dolphins, monkeys and the world’s largest rodent, the capybara.  Cyclical flooding pushes rivers well past their banks, then back again, causing the animals to often be on the move and interact in a dynamic way.

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