My trip to Amazon River

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Re: My trip to Amazon River

Postby chanda.subhasis » Tue May 05, 2015 10:30 am

In one word spellbound.
"Hunger" force us to earn any food by hook or by crook. In this context I must say that we all should try to throw our fish hook to the captain's ship by which we all can see wild AMAZON through his eyes..
Sir plsss keep posting, not only Amazon any other water bodies, flora and fauna...
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Re: My trip to Amazon River

Postby Abhisek » Tue May 05, 2015 2:06 pm

Lovely share :)

Thanks for taking me through the virtual trip of Amazon :)
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Re: My trip to Amazon River

Postby hrishi007 » Wed May 06, 2015 5:36 am

Mind boggling stuff mate !!!
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Re: My trip to Amazon River

Postby suvrajit » Fri May 08, 2015 9:44 am

Nice Pics Mate,
Amazon Basin is always a dream place for fresh water aquarists,
Thanks for increasing my oxytocin
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My trip to Amazon River

Postby Sushil » Fri May 08, 2015 3:29 pm

Dipankar wrote:Awsome
Dunno I can visit the place once in my life or not but glimpse from you really make me happy Thanks Captain
And if possible post more :x


Thanks Dipankar
Today I got some more pics from one of my friend, so i'll be adding more.

chanda.subhasis wrote:In one word spellbound.
"Hunger" force us to earn any food by hook or by crook. In this context I must say that we all should try to throw our fish hook to the captain's ship by which we all can see wild AMAZON through his eyes..
Sir plsss keep posting, not only Amazon any other water bodies, flora and fauna...


Thanks Subhasis, adding more pics. After getting such response from you all I have to get more pic and share with you all for sure.

Abhisek wrote:Lovely share :) Thanks for taking me through the virtual trip of Amazon :)

hrishi007 wrote:Mind boggling stuff mate !!!

suvrajit wrote:Nice Pics Mate,
Amazon Basin is always a dream place for fresh water aquarists,
Thanks for increasing my oxytocin


Thank you Abhishek, Hrishi and Suvrajit.
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My trip to Amazon River

Postby Sushil » Fri May 08, 2015 3:56 pm

Today I got some more photographs from one of my friend : These photographs are from 2nd batch of the crew went on Amazon Jungle Trip. In addition to last trip it also included swimming with dolphins and Dance show by Red Indians.

Swimming with Dolphins

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Dance show by Red Indians : There is a small community of Red Indians stay in the forest away from city or village. This dress specially wore by them for the dance show, they do wear normal clothing. A very hard working community, enjoying the natural life.

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Group picture : : Ladies are missing in this group photo but they were there in the group dance. I will wait for that photograph from my other friends.

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Postby Sushil » Fri May 08, 2015 5:39 pm

See my Sharp, Shining white strong teeth:

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Another view of Caiman and Sloth:

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Postby Sushil » Fri May 08, 2015 7:43 pm

Feeding Piraracu:

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Some more from the Forest:

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Re: My trip to Amazon River

Postby chanda.subhasis » Mon May 11, 2015 11:19 am

beautiful they are....... humans and animals both... :)
more more more and more.............
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