Dozens of species show up in front of camera trap in threatened Peruvian jungle

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+35 1. nokster commented 8 years ago

Please, leave the Amazon alone! This is precious!
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+23 2. CorpseGrinder commented 8 years ago

#1 Don´t be mad at the people with the cameras, point your rage against those with chainsaws...otherwise we would not see those precious animals, would we? ;)
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+8 3. kekke2000 commented 8 years ago

3:06 That was scary! Could've been a video an totally different category :S
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+5 4. Benassi-MBeon commented 8 years ago

So the jaguar probobly watched him the whole time he was checking the camera.. he was lucky he wasnt hungry
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+21 5. nokster commented 8 years ago

#2 No, no... you misunderstood! I love photography myself and his work is amazing and brave!!
My comment was for the chainsaw dudes!! :)
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+17 6. PortugaL26 commented 8 years ago

Amazing diversity of animals. Now let's hope the scumbag humans stay the fuck out of there!
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+13 7. ughlah commented 8 years ago

well, the population growth in south america is still very high and as long as governments such as argentina stop expenses on education in order to save money studies show this has an direct impact on the population growth.

And all of these people have a vast treasure in their back yard, so of course some of them will always go for the easy money. It's time for us to pay better prices, for more infrastructure along the south american coasts ( and less in the inner continent) and above all else for a better education in all of those countries to save the jungle.

So next time you buy your coffee, think about the fair trade sign and don't buy the cheapest brand.
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0 8. Tarc commented 8 years ago

Heartwarming to see such footage. But I have a feeling the guy hoped to record a new species and it didn't happen - he couldn't use the footage the planned way so he released it like this
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+4 9. HellsVacancy commented 8 years ago

+1 from me, that was brilliant
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+4 10. huldu commented 8 years ago

Humans need food and fancy looking furniture. Farms > Forests. Furniture > Forests. Then we have killing of animals for their furs and meat. The list goes on. As the human population increases wildlife will have to find other places to live or die trying. In the end humans doesn't care about anything but themselves and money. Which is why it's always such a sad sight to see something like this. In time it'll all be gone.
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+3 11. SWE commented 8 years ago

Stop Ikea :(|) (i)