During a period of fieldwork in Pacaya-Samiria National Park, in the northern Peruvian Amazon, I spent several weeks living on a restored riverboat (the Pithecia) together with colleagues collecting data on amphibians that make their home on floating rafts of vegetation. Moored on a black-water tributary of the Samiria river during the high water season, we were surrounded by wildlife, and water, night and day.

Photographs of dry land are from the city of Iquitos.

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