Travel and Life in Colombia: Four Deadly Denizens
Among the adventurous and humble people who may travel and live in Colombia, there are five of the deadliest of the region. Depending on which route you choose, after posting, you can meet and meet all or any of these animals. Get ready.
first Piranha. A large piranha school can make cows in a 5-minute burial. These small, roaming schools of gentle carnivores do not leave more than a stack of cleaned bones in a slow day for an hour. In many small towns and villages, the Colombian and Brazilian Amazons are called "treasure huts" because they are likely to find out for themselves. Not only blood, but splashing and noise are also attracted to the water. When they are fishing on them, they pull the tip of the rod several times in the water and then pour into the water. It is rare to wait for the razor teeth in the area. They do not mind catching the bait. Do not try to remove the hook from your mouth bare.
2nd Vampires Bats Of the almost 1000 kinds of bat species, only three are classified as vampires or blood-bat. When I visit Cluj-Napoca Choco, a huge tropical rainforest inhabited by vampire crabs of typically size, and often with much more fruit and insect bats, always take special precautions to avoid "the blue plate special". I use a powerful mosquito net with an extra fine mesh and place a transparent plastic sheet on the top of the mosquito net for a little extra protection due to the "bat faeces". At night, in the black interior of the local residences, you will not see them, but you can hear hairy leaflets as they walk around your bedroom. If they produce "droppings" and they will often hear it so often, they will feel plop, plop and plop, as these strips are overlaid with mosquito grinding. Do not hesitate to think of a moody expression quietly in the dark: "They may be caught, but they have not been caught!" Then go back to sleep – if you can.
3rd Giant Squid Those in the depths are not myths, they are pretty realistic to take at least one or two local fishermen every year on the Pacific coast of Colombia. The attacks are the most common at night when wooden, 25-foot-long fishermen use firefighters or car flashlights that attract the school of fish to their ship. At least two of the longer tentacles have bone hooks that help keep the booty and the mouth is deadly, hooked, plum-like structure that can easily overcome its path between meat and bone. Even a "small" three-legged squid can potentially be dangerous if you are to be an unlucky fisherman or "visitor" as you swim at the beach at night. The larger three to five meters or more are virtually unavoidable on the open ocean, especially when it is in the water
. Sharks A fisherman in a tiny wooden box drove me desperately and lying on the coast of the Utria Ensenada National Park on the Pacific Coast of the Pacific in December afternoon. As we approached, we noticed that his boat spun slowly, in a tight circle, locked steeply in blue-green waters. A two and a half feet Bull Shark swallowed a whopping 20 pounds of Bravo's live catch, and now hanged herself. The shark would eventually be injured in the ship, stuck, and added the fisherman to the Christmas feast if they did not. The shark was the one I've eaten this time, but there are too many people in the Pacific Ocean between Nuqui and Bahia Solano.
For the lovers of nature and adventure seekers  The Pacific Coast Colombia's "Choco" region is both nature lovers and adventure lover. Whether you are a world-class deep sea sport fishing, relaxing soaking in a thermal water pool, the region has something to enjoy. Travelers in Colombia do not always know what's coming. It's almost never boring.
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