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A baseline survey by pipeline contractor Skanska found 52 large mammals, including jaguars and tapirs, 11 primates, 192 water-living species, 600 different birds and 29 bats.
Its movement when it saw me, raised that head and slivered forward, was like flowing water-living water, it seemed, a bedless river without banks.
Many, but not all, water-living mammals and reptiles have the nostrils on top of the head, in order to breathe more readily when the head is partly immersed.
"When it's a shy water-living critter, the only way you can capture that is through remote photography," Huffine said.
The scent of that calling came to him on the soft westerly winds that also carried molecules of ocean, fish, and seagull shit, dying shelled-things, and hungry water-living mammals.