Parrots And Piranhas

BBC wildlife film maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

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20061113

1/5. BBC wildlife film maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

They survive by their wits and skills before disaster strikes.

Followed by News.

20061114

BBC wildlife film maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

2/5. The team must circumvent three huge waterfalls, carrying two canoes and all their provisions - almost a ton in weight.

Followed by News.

20061115

3/5: BBC wildlife film maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

At the river's edge they set up camp for the night, with hammocks to sleep in and a tarpaulin roof to keep off the thundering rain. They go in search of brazil nuts and Huw discovers one of nature's most impressive trees.

Followed by News.

20061116

4/5. BBC wildlife film maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

Carpenter bees keep them company as they fish for piranha and shark-toothed hiamara, while on the river bank an anteater disappears up a tree and howler monkeys roar with laughter - as the team struggle to hook the wily fish with their flimsy rods.

Followed by News.

20061117

5/5. BBC wildlife film-maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

They spot an ocelot slinking along a branch, paddle beneath an Amazon tree boa curled round a branch, glide past caiman in the moonlight and discover a giant anaconda by the river's edge.

Followed by News.

20061223

1/5. BBC wildlife film maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

They survive by their wits and skills before disaster strikes.

20061230

BBC wildlife film maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

2/5. The team must circumvent three huge waterfalls, carrying two canoes and all their provisions - almost a ton in weight.

20070106

BBC wildlife film maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

3/5. At the river's edge they set up camp for the night, with hammocks to sleep in and a tarpaulin roof to keep the thundering rain off. They go in search of brazil nuts and Huw discovers one of nature's most impressive trees.

20070106

BBC wildlife film maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

3/5. At the river's edge they set up camp for the night, with hammocks to sleep in and a tarpaulin roof to keep the thundering rain off. They go in search of brazil nuts and Huw discovers one of nature's most impressive trees.

BBC wildlife film maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

3/5. At the river's edge they set up camp for the night, with hammocks to sleep in and a tarpaulin roof to keep the thundering rain off. They go in search of brazil nuts and Huw discovers one of nature's most impressive trees.

20070113

4/5. BBC wildlife film maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

Carpenter bees keep them company as they fish for piranha and shark-toothed hiamara, while on the river bank an anteater disappears up a tree and howler monkeys roar with laughter - as the team struggle to hook the wily fish with their flimsy rods.

20070113

4/5. BBC wildlife film maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

Carpenter bees keep them company as they fish for piranha and shark-toothed hiamara, while on the river bank an anteater disappears up a tree and howler monkeys roar with laughter - as the team struggle to hook the wily fish with their flimsy rods.

4/5. BBC wildlife film maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

Carpenter bees keep them company as they fish for piranha and shark-toothed hiamara, while on the river bank an anteater disappears up a tree and howler monkeys roar with laughter - as the team struggle to hook the wily fish with their flimsy rods.

20070120

5/5. BBC wildlife film-maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

They spot an ocelot slinking along a branch, paddle beneath an Amazon tree boa curled round a branch, glide past caiman in the moonlight and discover a giant anaconda by the river's edge.

20070120

5/5. BBC wildlife film-maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

They spot an ocelot slinking along a branch, paddle beneath an Amazon tree boa curled round a branch, glide past caiman in the moonlight and discover a giant anaconda by the river's edge.

5/5. BBC wildlife film-maker Huw Cordey and four friends set off in their canoes to paddle up the River Rewa in Guyana in search of one of the planet's last real wildernesses.

They spot an ocelot slinking along a branch, paddle beneath an Amazon tree boa curled round a branch, glide past caiman in the moonlight and discover a giant anaconda by the river's edge.

012006111320061223

They survive by their wits and skills before disaster strikes.

012006111320061223

They survive by their wits and skills before disaster strikes.

022006111420061230

The team must circumvent three huge waterfalls, carrying two canoes and all their provisions - almost a ton in weight.

022006111420061230

The team must circumvent three huge waterfalls, carrying two canoes and all their provisions - almost a ton in weight.

0320061115

At the river's edge they set up camp for the night, with hammocks to sleep in and a tarpaulin roof to keep off the thundering rain. They go in search of brazil nuts and Huw discovers one of nature's most impressive trees.

0320061115

At the river's edge they set up camp for the night, with hammocks to sleep in and a tarpaulin roof to keep off the thundering rain. They go in search of brazil nuts and Huw discovers one of nature's most impressive trees.

0420061116

Carpenter bees keep them company as they fish for piranha and shark-toothed hiamara, while on the river bank an anteater disappears up a tree and howler monkeys roar with laughter - as the team struggle to hook the wily fish with their flimsy rods.

0420061116

Carpenter bees keep them company as they fish for piranha and shark-toothed hiamara, while on the river bank an anteater disappears up a tree and howler monkeys roar with laughter - as the team struggle to hook the wily fish with their flimsy rods.

05 LAST20061117

They spot an ocelot slinking along a branch, paddle beneath an Amazon tree boa curled round a branch, glide past caiman in the moonlight and discover a giant anaconda by the river's edge.

05 LAST20061117

They spot an ocelot slinking along a branch, paddle beneath an Amazon tree boa curled round a branch, glide past caiman in the moonlight and discover a giant anaconda by the river's edge.