Giant spiders and harpy eagles: discovering the jungles of Guyana

The interior of this South American nation is a natural kingdom presided over by giant spiders and armoured fish, but in its eco-lodges and villages, indigenous Amerindian communities are navigating a new era in the development of their wilderness.
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Surprising Journey Reveals Dark Side of the Amazon

A quest to find his birth parents led Chris Feliciano Arnold on an eye-opening exploration of the Amazon rain forest’s underbelly.

Colombia: Vibrant, verdant and viridescent

Enshrouded in the cloak of Mother Nature, Colombia’s bountiful central coffee region is South America at its greenest. But 1,900 bird species mean there are plenty of other colours on view, too

Taman Negara: The 130-million-year-old rainforest

Take a trip to the vast national park of Taman Negara and discover a rich repository of remote culture and outlandish creatures in a primeval jungle setting

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