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COLOMBIA AMAZONAS EXPEDITION SITREP 2

Reading glasses greatly appreciated. Wildlife studies successful. Two camera traps deployed. Two mildly venemous water snakes caught at camp. Books for primarily schools distributed to crowds of enthusiastic pupils.

Cultural studies in progress. Ambulance boat displayed to meeting of village chiefs. Weather hot and humid, rains daily. Next base camp at San Pedro de Típica. Ends

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