This clip is part of the 37 minute videoguide "Cruising The Amazon River" available in English on sale at *******www.wocmultimedia****/dvd/peruuk.htm#6 - here's a short itinerary from Iquitos cruise downward - visit to the Huitoto-Bora people - the local communities of Pevas and Requena - coming back to Iquitos.
Questa clip è parte della videoguida di 37 minuti "Navigando il Rio delle Amazzoni" in vendita su *******www.wocmultimedia****/dvd/peru.htm#6 La videoguida è disponibile in Italiano o con i sottotitoli in Inglese. In questa clip visitiamo il villaggio indigeno degli Huitoto-Bora con le loro danze e poi le comunità di Pevas e Requena con il fascino della foresta tropicale...Non perdetevi la guida completa che ha molte più sorprese e curiosità
They went underground to study oil wells… but KSAT reports-- that’s not what researchers in South America found.
“Scientists in Brazil have discovered a huge river flowing underneath the Amazon River.”
You heard right-- a river underneath a river. Rio Hamza is the name… and KABC reports-- it’s no small piece of real estate.
“Brazil’s National Observatory says the underground river is nearly as long as the Amazon itself—nearly 3700 miles.”
The two rivers do share similarities… but the International Business Times points out their differences.
“… both the Amazon and Hamza flow from west to east, but they differ in their width. The Amazon ranges from 1 kilometer to 100 kilometers in width, while Hamza ranges from 200 kilometers to 400 kilometers. However, the Amazon flows much faster than the Hamza.”
Media are throwing around the word ‘river’ quite often when referring to the discovery. But according to researcher and namesake Valiya Hamza — it’s not like the river you and I are thinking of. Nature has his comments.
“As Hamza himself makes clear, this is not a river in the conventional sense. ‘This is water flowing through porous rock, mainly sandstone and under that, conglomerate,’ he says. Unlike a true river, this underground water flow has ‘no fixed boundary’.”
The Guardian reports-- the river starts in the Acre region under the Andes and flows through the Solimoes, Amazonas, and Marajo basins before opening out directly into the Atlantic.
But a geologist with Petrobras tells the BBC—this can’t be right.
“Water and other fluids could indeed flow through the porous sedimentary rock, he said, but would be unlikely to reach the Atlantic Ocean because the sedimentary basins containing the porous rock were separated by older rock deposits that would form an impermeable barrier.”
Professor Hamza sought to make it clear that all of the research is in a preliminary stage. He expects to confirm the existence of the flow under the Amazon within the next few years.
Ed Stafford is the first man to walk the entire length of the Amazon River. He talks to Bear Grylls about the challenges he faced on his 4,000 mile trek.
In animal - Amazon River fearful water goby (in world strongest foodmanatee)
Easiest fishing spot in world. Amazing video shot in the Amazon river in Brazil, the fish just jump to your boat.
One big anaconda in the amazon river
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a clip taken on the rio Momon (a tributary of the Nanay). Two grey dolphins are just coming to the surface. Hard to see but.....
Just be sure to mind the piranhas.
Produced by some other pro this video is all about getting there, and how to stay alive in the worlds longest tidal wave. You can find some other cool videos on surfinjaco**** Most are viewable through my metacafe channel
Piranha eating fish in formoso river.
Located on an 8 million acre nature preserve Roosevelt River Lodge is located at the falls where Teddy Roosevelt camped when he went on a voyage of discovery in the Amazon Basin in the early 1900's. The fishing is magnificent and recently an unknown species of mamal was found in the very same jungle. Canopy viewing trips 100 feet up in the jungle are available. This is as remote as you will find on the planet.
Located on an 8 million acre nature preserve in Brazil, Roosevelt River Lodge is located on an original camp site of Teddy Roosevelt who traveled the area in the early 1900's. This is one of the most remote lodges in the world. The fishing is excellent, and Jungle Canopy tours are available 100 feet up in the Amazon Canopy. So remote that a "NEW" Mammal Species was found last year less than 50 miles from this lodge.