Peru. A bromeliad growing in the tropical forest of the Amazon Basin. The best-known bromeliad is the pineapple.
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- Peru. Jesus, an experienced local guide at Inkaterra Rerserve Amazonica, crossing a bridge on the treetop-canopy walk.
- Peru. The tropical forest near the Madre de Dios River, some 16 km from Puerto Maldonado.
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- Peru, The striking Guzmania bromeliad growing beside the Urubamba River near Aguas Calientes is both terrestrial and epiphytic.
- Peru, Epiphytic bromeliads festoon a tree in the cloud forest of the Urubamba Valley near Choq esuysuy.
- Peru. A Blue-crowned Trogan photographed high in the canopy of the lush, tropical forests of the Amazon Basin.
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- Peru. A Colourful blue-and-yellow macaw in the tropical forest of the Amazon Basin.
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