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Access 360° World Heritage: The Amazon

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 Environmental analyst Fabio Osolins heads out on an anti-poaching patrol on the Rio Negro in Jau National Park. The animals most at risk are the arapaima, the black arowana and the river turtle. The latter are hunted regularly for their eggs.
A team of four extraordinary people give us 360 access into the daily challenges they face trying to protect an Amazonian world heritage site against one of its biggest threats: climate change.

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