This is the Araucaria Angustifolia, one of the trees that used to predominate in Iguassu Falls with the sunset as a background.
Due to a minor flood in February, the Itaipu spillway was handling a flow of 12 thousands cubic meters per second.
More than 11 medalists from the Olympic Games came to Iguassu in March to face the challenge of the Itaipu Water channel. They were amazed at the beauty of the area.
If you pay attention in Iguassu you see this flower often. It is the Cross of the Malta.
Spider found in the area. The back of the spider looks like a samurai face.
You may see this flower if you visit the San Martin Island.
Close view of the window (la ventana in Spanish).
The Blue-winged Parrolet (Forpus xanthopterygius) is the smallest in the family around here.
You will only have this view if you visit the Argentinean side of the falls.
Here you see a Capuchin Monkey (Cebus apella) descending a palm tree.
This is the Brazilian Squirrel (Sciurus aestuans). We spot this one on the trails at the falls but it is not easy to find it.