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Wildlife Experts Were Boating When They Saw Something So Stunning In The Water

APRIL 20, 2017  —  By Hannah Austin

While boating in the Amazon, conservationists came across an incredible animal taking a cross-river swim.

The Amazon is the most biologically diverse place on Earth, teeming with all sorts of botanical, insect, and animal life. Sadly, however, humans have done irreparable damage to large portions of the land, displacing creatures and even causing some to go extinct.

Today, conservationists for Amazon Region Protected Areas (ARPA), the largest conservation effort in the world, are taking steps to preserve 150 million acres of the Amazon rainforest. Their goal it to guarantee the survival of animals like the one you are about to see.

After a storm, members of the ARPA crew set out for a boat ride. Then a team member spotted something in the distance.

At first, they really had no clue what they were seeing.

But as they approached, it became clear. Go to the next page to see what they found!

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