COLOMBIA: Río Apaporis – a cornucopia of new species, Part 2

By Heiko Bleher

Further upstream, we soon reached the first chorro (rapids or waterfall, depending on the season and water level) and a gorgeous little island in front of it. With a sandy beach and three palm trees, the South Sea at the Apaporis… In the palm trees and two trees there were many bird nests, mostly hanging and around them a continuous chirping. Three pink dolphins Inia gefforensis were cavorting right in front of it…

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