Stretching 3,977 miles through Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and Brazil , the Amazon River winds through a primal wilderness so vast and, in places, so impenetrable, that new animals and even tribal people are still being discovered. The rainforest contains more than 1/3 of all living species, including more than 2,100 species of fish alone. Discover this vast world as you glide down the river in a dugout canoe, with the sounds of hummingbirds as your soundtrack.
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