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 Manu national park
The struggle for light, and hence life, is one of the primordial battles waged by plants in the rainforest. A number of strategies are used to secure a position in the canopy, among them investing in a sturdy trunk, piggy-backing on other trees in the form of vines, or even strangling another tree to death. The Strangler Fig at left (Ficus ypsilophlebia) begins as a small seed defecated by a monkey or bat on the branch of a tree. There it sprouts and sends a slender root to the ground. The root soon swells and sends out other roots that wrap tightly about the tree, eventually overtopping and strangling it. After a pitched yet silent battle that can last more than 200 years, in the end only the Strangler Fig tree remains.
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The struggle for light, and hence life, is one of the primordial battles waged by plants in the rainforest. A number of strategies are used to secure a position in the canopy, among them investing in a sturdy trunk, piggy-backing on other trees in the form of vines, or even strangling another tree to death. The Strangler Fig at left (Ficus ypsilophlebia) begins as a small seed defecated by a monkey or bat on the branch of a tree. There it sprouts and sends a slender root to the ground. The root soon swells and sends out other roots that wrap tightly about the tree, eventually overtopping and strangling it. After a pitched yet silent battle that can last more than 200 years, in the end only the Strangler Fig tree remains.
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Consequently, the park has the most frigid areas from Puna 6 degrees C. To the warmest tropical 38 degrees C.
The natural wealth of the park in the Amazon, it is something indescrip tible for its beauty of flora and fauna; in plants, both quite high dimensions and hardwoods are fused with medium and small size, with multicolored flowers issuing a scent that comes to enrapture visitors. Within this flora, live many species of animals, fun nantly monkeys and birds how to most beautiful view of the observer, in which river, forest and sky are tinted fauna, with des own particularities in each one of these spaces, which together gives the impression of being in paradise.
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www.manujungletrips.com.  Es una agencia operadora de selva  que  organiza los tours como al Tambopata . ,pampas del  heath  Rio piedras  etc y la Reserva Nacional del Manu.Reserva del Megantoni,(Pongo de Mainique)
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ORE THAN 20 YEARS OF BOTANICAL COLLECTING have brought to light the occurrence of roughly 3,000 plant species within the boundaries of the Manu National Park. Although this number greatly exceeds the total number of plants found In most European countries, it offers only a suggestion of the vast botanical bounty that the park protects for posterity. Probably twice as many species actually occur within the park, but much more effort will have to be expended in exploring and collecting before a complete inventory is even approximated. So large and var¬ied is the Manu Park that many of its ecological zones remain essentially unknown.
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