NATURE: Undercover in the Jungle In Ecuador's Amazon basin is a special patch of jungle that is a living, breathing, green metropolis of life. It is an untouched, secluded wilderness teeming with biodiversity, only accessible by boat. Follow a team of naturalists and wildlife filmmakers on a revolutionary mission to capture the intimate behaviors of the wildlife who dwell here by installing a network of more than 50 remotely operated cameras and mini-cams, from the dark rainforest floor right up to a tangled canopy 300 feet in the air. By filming 24/7 for an entire month,the camera crew captures the lives of exotic creatures and discovers the incredible tricks that these animals use to survive in this extreme jungle. From agile pygmy marmosets and boisterous howler monkeys, to solitary pumas and mesmerizing leaf-cutter ants, meet a cast of remarkable animal characterscarving out a living in this incredible tropical world.
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