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The Rainforest Canopy in Tambopata Peru
Peru

This is a rare look at the jungle canopy in Tambopata, Peru. The rainforest is vertically divided into four layers. The canopy layer is the second highest layer and filters 80 percent of available sunlight. The rainforest canopy is also thought to hold half of all life on earth. The number of insect species living on this layer is thought to be over 2,000,000 with eighty percent of them remaining undiscovered.

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Tags: rainforest; canopy; amazon; peru; tambopata; madre de dios; nature; trees; castana
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