The Coffee Shop – “An Unseen World” – camera trap footage of Amazon forest life

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From United Nations:

‘An Unseen World’ is one of 5 films that won an Award at the International Forests Short Film Festival. The film weaves together camera trap footage taken on an Amazon Rainforest tributary located in the Madre de Dios region of Peru. It represents nature film making at its most raw and innovative – a stark drama of unfolding forest life as it happens. The film gives us a glimpse of the rich biodiversity of the region — from patrolling pumas and hunting jaguars to curious anteaters.

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3 Responses to The Coffee Shop – “An Unseen World” – camera trap footage of Amazon forest life

  1. wordcloud9 says:

    Remarkable footage – no wonder it won an award!

  2. Hello off’bss! Amazing, isn’t it – the number and variety of critters visiting that one spot, and esp’lly that big cat arriving right after the fellow left. It had to be lurking in the periphery the whole time he was there. Yikes!

  3. pete says:

    Bet that gave him a few nightmares.

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