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The Amazon’s Boiling River Kills Anything That Enters
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The Amazon’s Boiling River Kills Anything That Enters
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When Andrés Ruzo was a boy, his grandfather would tell him tales of a mythical city of gold deep in the heart of the Peruvian jungle. Though never believing the stories to be true, the legend of the lost city stuck with him into adulthood. Years later, as a geothermal scientist, Ruzo decided to investigate. To his surprise, he discovered an incredulous river deep in the Amazon, with water hot enough to kill a human. Historically a place of pilgrimage for shamans and sorcerers, the river now faces increasing threats from poachers, loggers and squatters. Now, Ruzo is working hard to protect it.

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You could just scoop up some of that river to cook your ramen noodles and eggs
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Wouldn't even have to boil it first
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210 F degrees!
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Yes it is. There is gold!
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We did the Peru Amazon from Cuzco overland via jeep over the Andes to Manu National Park. We went in the dry season, and it still rained 70% of the time
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general mishka  Wrote: (05-18-2019 05:56 PM)
We did the Peru Amazon from Cuzco overland via jeep over the Andes to Manu National Park. We went in the dry season, and it still rained 70% of the time

Is that a normal dry season; pretty wet.
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divergent reality  Wrote: (05-18-2019 06:10 PM)
general mishka  Wrote: (05-18-2019 05:56 PM)
We did the Peru Amazon from Cuzco overland via jeep over the Andes to Manu National Park. We went in the dry season, and it still rained 70% of the time

Is that a normal dry season; pretty wet.

I am told it was drier than normal, as when it rained it wasn't hard. It was dry enough to where we had to pick up our boats in several places because the rivers were too shallow at places
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