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Coca: tropical paradise

Paddling in the creek.Photo: Picasa
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A gorgeously plumed macaw.Photo: Picasa
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The Napo river and Napo wildlife centre on its banks.
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Yellow-rumped cacique perched on its nest.
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A striated heron.
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A pair of smooth-billed Anis.Photo: Picasa
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A Common Potoo.Photo: Picasa
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Parrots and prakeets at a salt lick.
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A caiman in the Coca river with its head about the water.Photo: Picasa
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Capuchin monkey.Photo: Picasa
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A butterfly.Photo: Picasa
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A tortoise on the forest floor.
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A poisonous snake curled up on the frest floor.Photo: Picasa
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A squirrel monkey at a jungle lodge.
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At the Anagu Community centre.Photo: Picasa
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They are river people, whose lives ebb and flow with the waters of the Brahmaputra in a timeless rhythm. But now, hydroelectric projects and homogenis