The Beechcraft airplane had a lot of visitors in the past.
Everyone who had visited Kabalebo knows this airplane; the Beechcraft. A monument that has been here since the '60's. When it is your first visit in the jungle of Kabalebo you'll be under the supervision of a guide as the forest has many trails, some made by human and some by animals. Here are some visitors of the Beechcraft airplane who don't need guidance as they know their way around.
Here you see the Black Curassow passing by under the 'guided' wings of the Beechcraft right before the day started. Since they like the solitude so much and especially don't like to be disturbed at all, the trap cam was the only object allowed in their private time.
A Red-rumped Agouti was seen here on the trail right in the afternoon. Outside the forest it is bloody hot when the sun is out, inside the jungle also but within the shades.
One of the shy members of the forest, the Paca. One you won't see easily as it is a nocturnal animal, here is one passing by on the trail during night time.
Mornings or afternoons, the Red-rumped Agouti is always present.
I guess they had a date that night, instead of one Paca two are passing by in front of the airplane.
And even the Lowland tapir was interested in seeing the Beechcraft airplane, of course when all the tourists are safe and sound in the lodge.
What I've noticed so far? Wild cats weren't interested at all in the airplane, not even Lotje.
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