Walking trees and Woolly monkeys

By Nigel Pegler. Filed in volunteer stories  |  
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Monday 28th

Yes trees do walk in the forest! Only and inch a year to reach the light but walking all the same, they send down roots that they use to pull themselves along.

I did pose the question what do they do if the light has gone when they get there!

walk tree

We had a good day but tough, over six hours in the rainforest and the MLC is very steep in places at about forty five degrees, we saw a group of woolly monkeys in the canopy, a parrot fell out of a tree at our feet! It looked concussed, we also saw loads of leaf cutter ants and some Puma prints in the mud.

me for low

This year’s sexy jungle look!

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