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Top 5 Strangest Things You Can See In Tambopata


From a decoy building spider that would put Charlotte to shame to the caterpillar that has the same barber as Donald Trump, these are only a few of the interesting things that you can see in Tambopata.

This decoy building spider shows 3D printers what’s up: It's a small spider that constructs a bigger, scarier spider in its web completely out of debris and dead insect parts. These images show the spider 'decoy' that the small spider, seen at the top of the decoy, created. Why does it do it?
A double rainbow once made a grown man cry but this triple rainbow was so cool it would make Chuck Norris cry. Imagine looking off in the distance and seeing an upside-down rainbow above the trees. A recent sighting of this rare optical event in the sky resulted in the best photos ever taken of this unbelievable, rainbow-filled display as seen here.
Humans have such lame growth into adulthood: The incredible woven lattice structure of the urodid moth's cocoon is an astounding example of art in nature. The cocoon dangles from a silken string about a foot long, likely to prevent ants from feeding on it, and the bright orange color can serve as a warning to potential predators that this cocoon may be poisonous to eat.
Source: PeruNature
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