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A harpy eagle nesting in a shihuahuaco tree. Image courtesy of Antonio Fernandini.

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The Critically Endangered pygmy sloth. Photo by: Bryson Voirin.

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New research quantifies ecosystem services provided by Amazon rainforest

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#Amazonía: #Shihuahuaco, una especie amenazada por el comercio global y la #TalaIlegal → http://bit.ly/2zMEJDh pic.twitter.com/qiRhvCsIYX

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Project Peru by John Bolduc shared a link.

Lee sobre el trabajo para #conservar este #ave de Arlet Quiros-Calvo, ganador de la Beca Alvaro Ugalde y estudiante de maestría en @UniversidadCR, ...

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Although is a very hard job, they are doing it great. Thank you Asociación de Piangüeros de Adjuntaderas! ...

A monitoring network in the Amazon captures a flood of data

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Forest fragmentation in the Brazilian Amazon. Photo courtesy of NASA

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