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The Faces of Manu National Park and Cocha Cashu

by Jason on August 14, 2012

In the month that I was at Cocha Cashu Biological Station in Manu National Park, I met a wide variety of interesting scientific researchers, Machiguenga natives and more. There was even a large group of French people filming a documentary movie set to come out next year.

In the pictures below, you will see the faces of many of the scientific researchers at Cocha Cashu. Some researchers were studying plants and had their Ph.D’s in plant ecology. Others were working on the camera trap project with me studying ground mammals. Others were studying small species of fish in the oxbow lakes. Others were studying geese and birds and equipping them with small GPS backpacks.

You will also see many pictures of the Machiguenga natives in Manu National Park and how they live in the Amazon Jungle. Just click on each picture for a description.

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