Happy Valentine's Day from all of the Houseboat Amazon Team and Crew
A local guide showing us a small river turtle he found during a hike through “terra firme.”
Laura Marsh crossing the fallen tree bridge over the river on a hike in “terra firme” or upland rainforest.
A tree frog hitched a ride on Houseboat Amazon's tarped study area - and became the photo subject in a special creature lightbox! Foto: @juanbuenog
A "Pica Pao de banda branca" in English is a lineated woodpecker (Dryocopus lineatus) makes such a loud rap with his bill that it can be heard a kilometer away. Foto: @juanbuenog
A brightly colored communal caterpillar group huddles from the rain. Foto: @juanbuenog
A gorgeous spider displays amazing "false eyes" on its abdomen. Foto: @juanbuenog
Tucked into the edge of an igarape, a dwarf caiman peers at our canoe as it slides by. Foto: @juanbuenog
Seeing double! These absurdly cute tamarins (Leontocebus weddelli melanoleucus) are common here on the Rio Eiru. Foto: Shayna Whitaker.
A group of Emperor Tamarins (Saguinus imperator) took time to have a look at us while eating fruits and hanging out with their white Leontocebus buddies. Foto: Ivan Batista
Sometimes squirrels, like this Amazon dwarf squirrel, can catch our attention when we are looking for monkeys. Foto: Ivan Batista
A methodical tree anteater, the tamandua (Tamandua tetradactyla) sees us after browsing in rotted logs along a small stream and "hides" in a tree fern. Foto: Ivan Batista.
The Flores community members get into the spirit of Valentines Day and help us make a special night surprise. – this is the heart at night photos