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The second one revised variation of this consultant, previously "Fieldings Amazon", with jungle treks, canoe journeys, jeep rides and cruises, in addition to commute within the towns of Belem, Manaus, and Santarem. wide wildlife sections, journey arrangements, future health matters, cultural facets, eco-travel and old historical past are integrated.
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When she finally arrived at the village where she expected to find her husband, she discovered it had long ago been decimated by smallpox. She was forced to continue on foot. Soon everyone except Madame Godin died from starvation or exhaustion. After nine days struggling alone in the jungle, Madame Godin was found by Indians, who took her to the mission village. Finally, after a 19-year separation, this courageous lady, who had been to ''green hell" and back, was finally reunited with her husband in Belém.
Jean Desola A billion years ago there was no South America, not even an Amazon jungle. Over one single planetary landmass called Pangea, seas simply advanced and retreated; the only life forms were bacteria and algae. What would eventually become known as Amazônia (today called the Brazilian and Guianian shelf) were merely the two highest points of land massifs of ancient gneissic and granitic rock that formed a V-shaped flank. Almost 280 million years ago, as Pangea broke into north and south sectors, Amazônia became a vast inland sea opening to the Pacific.
By the end of 1988, it was estimated that 12,000 square kilometers of forest, equivalent to the size of Belgium, had already disappeared from the face of Amazônia; that is to say, 12% of the total forested area. For more information on the history of the Indians in Brazil, see the following chapter. Page 18 The Indian Issue The real history of the Amazon region belongs to its native peoples a subject that deserves not a few paragraphs, but tomes (among the best of which are Red Gold and Amazon Frontier: The Defeat of the Brazilian Indians, both by John Hemming).
Amazon Up Close: The Passionate Adventurer's Guide to the Brazilian Amazon & the Pantanal (Adventure Guide) by Pamela Bloom