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Peru's Beautiful Attractions Are Safe and Ready for International Travelers

The Galveston Daily News 26 Apr 2022
Northern Peruvian Amazon (Loreto). There are many ways to explore the Peruvian Amazon, but one of the most popular and unique ways is to cruise the Amazon River aboard a small ship or do tree canopy to admire the rainforest above the exuberant vegetation.
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Promperú: Peru's Most Beautiful Attractions as featured in Expo Dubai

The Galveston Daily News 13 Apr 2022
Northern Peruvian Amazon (Loreto). There are many ways to explore the Peruvian Amazon, but one of the most popular and unique ways is to cruise the Amazon River aboard a small ship or do tree canopy to admire the rainforest above the exuberant vegetation.
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Volunteers Helping Volunteers in Some of the Poorest Countries of the World

The Epoch Times 07 Jan 2022
Navy veteran, found a natural home in the maritime mission after his military service and 12-year stint as an Amazon river boat captain, volunteering in the remote Brazilian jungles.
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‘Floating 7-star resort’: Ultra-luxury cruise ship makes Miami home

Finger Lakes Times 29 Nov 2021
It’s the first time the high-end cruise ship, where suites average at $1,000 a night, has sailed out of Miami ... The Seabourn Ovation travels to far corners like Patagonia, the Baltic states, the Arctic and up the Amazon River, but is opting for two routes in North America, as many international travel restrictions are still in place.
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Damaged Amazon rainforest teetering on the brink

Urdu Point 09 Nov 2021
Splashed across South America in an exuberant blob of deep green, the Amazon basin ... When they had enough men, they loaded them on a ferry -- with help from the police -- and shipped them six hours down the Xingu River, a tributary of the Amazon, to the place they were deforesting.
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Dean Jacobs honored via scholarship, award

Fremont Tribune 09 Nov 2021
Tammy Real-McKeighan. If anyone has ever lived his dreams, it’s Dean Jacobs ... He’s lived with mountain gorillas in Rwanda, climbed into the pyramids of Egypt and floated 3,000 miles down the Amazon River on cargo ships ... Sipple ... “I’m honored ... While whitewater rafting down the Nile River, he was thrown from the craft and pulled underneath into darkness ... .
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South America’s drought-hit Paraná river at 77-year low

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 03 Sep 2021
The river is key to commercial shipping and fishing but also ...
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South America's drought-hit Paraná river at 77-year low

BBC News 01 Sep 2021
The water levels of the Paraná river, the second-longest in South America after the Amazon, are at their lowest since 1944. The river is key to commercial shipping and fishing but also provides 40 million people with drinking water ... It merges with the Paraguay and Uruguay rivers to form the Río de la Plata Basin.
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Jungle Cruise Took Too Many Notes From Another Disney Parks Film

Game Rant 28 Aug 2021
RELATED ... They're on a mission to find a tree in the Amazon that is said to have magical petals ... In that film, the pirates serving Davy Jones on The Flying Dutchman are cursed and bound to the ship. They become very deformed and, eventually, become part of the ship. In Jungle Cruise, the undead pirates are cursed and bound to the Amazon River ... MORE.
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The Rock rejected: See Dwayne Johnson's failed move on Emily Blunt in exclusive 'Jungle Cruise' deleted scene

Yahoo Daily News 26 Aug 2021
... explorers who embark on a perilous mission along the Amazon River ... The sequence also showcases some of the other intense VFX work that went into Jungle Cruise, from the water tank that doubled as the Amazon River to the blue screens that surrounded Frank's ship at all times.
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Jungle Cruise: What To Watch If You Liked The Disney Adventure Movie

Cinema Blend 09 Aug 2021
Rent/Buy Raiders of the Lost Ark on Amazon ... Rent/Buy The Mummy on Amazon ... The Curse of the Black Pearl on Amazon ... If you thought you would never see anything crazier than a German submarine traversing the Amazon River in Jungle Cruise wait until you see the cast of Fitzcarraldo drag a massive ship up and down a mountain range.
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Letters to the Editor 8/3/2021

The Scranton Times-Tribune 03 Aug 2021
Editor ... It started in boot camp with a shot that I think covered everything from tetanus to Amazon River fever. When you’re in the Navy, you never know where your ship could drop anchor ... I accepted each as part of my duty to my country, knowing full well that refusal could result in three days in the ship’s brig and a cuisine of bread and water ... ....
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Jungle Cruise Ending: What Happens And What It Means For The Potential New Disney Franchise

Cinema Blend 30 Jul 2021
Frank hopes that the tree will set him free of the curse, which forces him to stay near the Amazon River ... At the same time, Frank blows up his ship in order to use it as a dam and block the Amazon River inside the cave ... The Amazon, the setting for the new movie, is actually the ...
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Exclusive-Historic low river levels force Argentine grains ships to cut cargoes by 25%, ports chamber says

Metro USA 23 Jul 2021
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Ships leaving the Argentine grains hub of Rosario on the Parana River are having to cut cargoes by 25% due to severely low water levels, the head of the local ports chamber said on Friday, with no relief in sight and the area expected to stay dry for months.
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Deforestation soars 40% in Xingu River Basin in Brazilian Amazon

Mongabay 02 Jul 2021
The road is one of the main corridors for transporting the soy produced in Mato Grosso to the inland port of Miritituba on the Tapajós River in Pará, where the grain is loaded onto ships that sail out to the Atlantic via the Amazon River, and on to the rest of the world.

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