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Back to the Jungle 

In 1993 Mark conducted an herpetological survey in Guyana but now he has been invited back to investigate the herpetofauna of the huge Iwokrama Biological Reserve, one of the largest ... See full synopsis »

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In 1993 Mark conducted an herpetological survey in Guyana but now he has been invited back to investigate the herpetofauna of the huge Iwokrama Biological Reserve, one of the largest biological reserves in South America. Mark is keen to capture, identify and photograph as many species of amphibians and reptiles as possible, including Dwarf caiman (Paleosuchus palpebrosus) that inhabit the roadside creeks at night, but must take care to avoid Electric eels (Electrophorus electricus) living in the same locations. The quest to find and photograph two particular species, the Kaieteur golden dart-poison frog (Colostethus beebei) and the amazing Mata mata turtle, (Chelus fimbriatus) takes him outside the reserve, first to the 720ft Kaieteur falls and then to Karanambo on the Rupununi River where American, Diane McTurk is working to conserve the 6ft (2m) Giant river otter (Pteronura brasiliensis).

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