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Panama's Wild Side: An Undiscovered Paradise

Photographs by Sony Stark

A member of the Embera Tribe
A member of the Embera Tribe


An Embera mother with her child
An Embera mother with her child





Children of the Embera Tribe
Children of the Embera Tribe


An Embera plays on a turtle shell.
An Embera man plays on a turtle shell.


An Embera hut
The Embera huts are elevated to protect them from
wild animals and mosquitoes.


Soberania National Park
Soberania National Park


The Embera are expert canoe makers.
The Embera are expert canoe makers.



A white-faced Capuchin monkey


A white-faced Capuchin monkey
Another white-faced Capuchin monkey


Panamanian dancer
Panamanian dancer



Read Sony Stark's Story About Panama's Wild Side


An artiste in Quebec City Visit our Sony Stark Page with links to all her stories

 

 

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