Experience the life and sounds from the Peruvian Amazon. We recreated the interior of the jungles of Madre de Dios to illustrate a study done by WWF where they recorded the sounds and images of many species living in the area. Through a five different canvas of five different habitats, people can discover information on each species, footage of the camera traps and audio recordings. It's as close as it gets to actually being in the Amazon jungle....
From the roof of the jungle, birds and monkeys have an amazing view of the canopy.
In the middle of the trees, wildlife is abundant and the sounds amplify the experience
WWF's camera traps revealed the presence of 37 different mammals in certified concessions, including jaguars, pumas, jaguarundis, red brocket deers, tapirs and even bush dogs, which are elusive and difficult to find.
Healthy forests are the foundation for a healthy ecosystem with clean water, and a viable wildlife habitat.
Predators like ocelots and pumas become active around twilight and they hunt at night because they have good vision in the dark.