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  • After years in the jungle, the long-lost cargo plane is now covered with jungle umbrella plants, lianas, ferns – and of course cobwebs made by giant spiders.

  • The plane crashed right next to what scientists believe was the temple’s highest chamber.

  • Snakes have built nests in every nook and cranny inside the plane. Wear thick rubber boots when you enter!

  • Watch out for booby traps if you want to explore the temple! Caimans and jaguars could be waiting at the end of a short, uncomfortable slide ride!

  • Was the chamber a throne room for a king? A place of worship? Or did an ancient celebrity chef once cook frogs legs here?

  • Welcome to the Jungle Exploration Site! Keep your eyes open and your boots dry, and see if you can spot details and dangers like a real explorer! Start the quiz!

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  • JAGUAR

    Have you ever given your cat a bath? It probably didn’t go well. But jaguars like to swim in rivers and hunt for fish, turtles and even caimans. It’s the biggest cat in South America and weighs as much as 20 average house cats. Imagine that taking a nap on your lap…

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  • THE LONG LOST PLANE…

    The discovery of this long lost plane is nothing short of spectacular. On an expedition to explore the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle in the North Atlantic Ocean, it disappeared without a trace. Now, years later, scientists and explorers are working hard to uncover the truth: how did it end up in the jungle, thousands of miles off its course? What happened to the crew? And what secrets will now be revealed?

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  • GOLDEN POISON DART FROG

    If you dream of owning a cute little pet, this isn’t it. Don’t judge this tiny amphibian by its size – it’s the world’s most toxic frog. Did you know it got its name because Colombian hunters used to dip the tips of their arrows in the poison? The only animal known to be immune to the poison is the fire-bellied snake.

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  • BLACK MAMBA

    Think you can outrun the black mamba? This sleek racer slithers up to 7 miles (11 kilometers) per hour. Like most snakes, it smells its prey by flicking its tongue in the air. It strikes fast and with deadly precision, but it doesn’t eat humans, and will only attack if it feels threatened.

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