© Photograph by Art Wolfe / Location: Amazon rainforest on border of Venezuela & Brazil (Yanomamo tribe)

Yanomamo girl with blue-headed parrot, Parima Tapirapeco National Park, Venezuela by Art Wolfe

Amazon Rainforest. I've always wanted to walk across a sketchy bridge ;D

There are a series of suspended walkways like this in this jungle area. I think the animals were scared away from here when it was first built and it has not yet lost its human smell.

unknown indigenous tribe located in the Amazon rainforest. They are one of the last unknown tribes. They want to be left alone! Due to deforestation in the rainforest, these poor people may lose everything they have.

via BBC News, May Isolated tribe spotted in Brazil One of South America's few remaining uncontacted indigenous tribes has been spotted and photographed on the border between Brazil and Peru. The Brazilian government says it took the images.

Ecuador would be a beautiful place to visit! Totally a dream travel location.

Ecuador: Small Wonder

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The World's 15 Most Amazing Waterfalls

Kaieteur Falls - the world's largest drop waterfall. Located on the Potaro River in central Guyana, Potaro-Siparuni region in Kaieteur National Park. My grandad was from Guyana, would love to visit one day.

The red fan parrot (Deroptyus accipitrinus) is a species of New World parrot found in South America (the term New World is given to animals which are located in the Americas).  This parrot is rated as 'Least Concern' by the IUCN.

Red-fan Parrot (Deroptyus accipitrinus) otherwise known as a Hawk-head Parrot

man in the Amazon, photo by Cristina Mittermeier. Indigenous peoples of the Amazon continue to be "endangered," by deforestation, oil development, mining, and encroachments from farmers. Supporting the Amazonian rainforest, needs to support its indigenous peoples too.

Inspiring photos: 25 mind blowing and powerful portraits from around the world

Kayapo warrior ~ The Kayapo tribe lives alongside the Xingu River in the eastern…

The Amazon Rainforest covers 1.7 billion acres. It is located within nine different nations: Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela. The Amazon makes up over half of the earth's remaining rainforests, and is the largest and most species-rich tropical rainforest in the world.

New 7 Wonders of Nature finalists

Amazon Rainforest, South America

These earrings appeal to my fashion sense AND my geek sense. Milk Bottle earrings from Lon Lon Ranch! For those not in the know, that the ranch where you first meet Epona in Zelda: Ocarina of Time.

Amazon Rainforest, Brazil

Lonely Planet's Beautiful World. Lonely Planet, best known for travel guidebooks, has compiled a collection of spectacular photographs from around the globe in Lonely Planet's Beautiful World.

Anambé-pigeon   Gymnoderus foetidus  Subject (s): Bird Gender: Undetermined Age: Adult Author: Mathias Singer Location: Alta Floresta / MT

Bare necked Fruitcrow- Gymnoderus foetidus Join us > Bird story

Demand Oil Spill Cleanup in Amazon | Last year, the govt of Peru declared a state of emergency in part of the northern Amazon rainforest where one of the country’s largest oil fields is located. The indigenous people living near the oilfield have been complaining about the pollution from the oilfield for decades. Click for details and please SIGN and share petition. Thanks.

As Roads Spread in Rainforests, The Environmental Toll Grows From Brazil to Borneo, new roads are being built into tropical forests at .

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