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Join René Delmotte, Marsh Mokhtari and me on our quest to find a legendary empire of mythical giants, when we return to the jungles of Peru in the Travel Channel premiere of “Lost Amazon: Project Z” on Tuesday, October 16 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. In the hour-long special, we journey deep into the mountains and uncover a remarkable lost civilization buried under a canopy of jungle. With the use of the latest drone-mounted LiDAR technology (laser light beams that penetrate layers of the forest canopy to generate a 3-D map of the surface), we mapped out an enormous city that is much larger than even the locals realized, because most of it is hidden by the thick jungle.
We also discovered architecture that is unusual for the native Chachapoyas, including a square building with a raised platform that may have been a temple. This massive, hidden lost world, with two separate sites that span more than 30 acres, may lead to evidence that will rewrite history.
We did discover something very important. Rene and I have been exploring remote South American jungles for decades and this is the largest city we have ever come across. My hope is that this discovery leads to ongoing scientific research at this site, so we can learn its secrets. #jameslynchexplorer  #renedelmotteexplorer
Join René Delmotte, Marsh Mokhtari and me on our quest to find a legendary empire of mythical giants, when we return to the jungles of Peru in the Travel Channel premiere of “Lost Amazon: Project Z” on Tuesday, October 16 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. In the hour-long special, we journey deep into the mountains and uncover a remarkable lost civilization buried under a canopy of jungle. With the use of the latest drone-mounted LiDAR technology (laser light beams that penetrate layers of the forest canopy to generate a 3-D map of the surface), we mapped out an enormous city that is much larger than even the locals realized, because most of it is hidden by the thick jungle. We also discovered architecture that is unusual for the native Chachapoyas, including a square building with a raised platform that may have been a temple. This massive, hidden lost world, with two separate sites that span more than 30 acres, may lead to evidence that will rewrite history. We did discover something very important. Rene and I have been exploring remote South American jungles for decades and this is the largest city we have ever come across. My hope is that this discovery leads to ongoing scientific research at this site, so we can learn its secrets. #jameslynchexplorer  #renedelmotteexplorer 
TONIGHT - Join René Delmotte, Marsh Mokhtari and me on our quest to find a legendary empire of mythical giants, when we return to the jungles of Peru in the Travel Channel premiere of “Lost Amazon: Project Z” on Tuesday, October 16 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. In the hour-long special, we journey deep into the mountains and uncover a remarkable lost civilization buried under a canopy of jungle. With the use of the latest drone-mounted LiDAR technology (laser light beams that penetrate layers of the forest canopy to generate a 3-D map of the surface), we mapped out an enormous city that is much larger than even the locals realized, because most of it is hidden by the thick jungle.
We also discovered architecture that is unusual for the native Chachapoyas, including a square building with a raised platform that may have been a temple. This massive, hidden lost world, with two separate sites that span more than 30 acres, may lead to evidence that will rewrite history.
We did discover something very important. Rene and I have been exploring remote South American jungles for decades and this is the largest city we have ever come across. My hope is that this discovery leads to ongoing scientific research at this site, so we can learn its secrets. #jameslynchexplorer  #renedelmotteexplorer
TONIGHT - Join René Delmotte, Marsh Mokhtari and me on our quest to find a legendary empire of mythical giants, when we return to the jungles of Peru in the Travel Channel premiere of “Lost Amazon: Project Z” on Tuesday, October 16 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. In the hour-long special, we journey deep into the mountains and uncover a remarkable lost civilization buried under a canopy of jungle. With the use of the latest drone-mounted LiDAR technology (laser light beams that penetrate layers of the forest canopy to generate a 3-D map of the surface), we mapped out an enormous city that is much larger than even the locals realized, because most of it is hidden by the thick jungle. We also discovered architecture that is unusual for the native Chachapoyas, including a square building with a raised platform that may have been a temple. This massive, hidden lost world, with two separate sites that span more than 30 acres, may lead to evidence that will rewrite history. We did discover something very important. Rene and I have been exploring remote South American jungles for decades and this is the largest city we have ever come across. My hope is that this discovery leads to ongoing scientific research at this site, so we can learn its secrets. #jameslynchexplorer  #renedelmotteexplorer 
Tonight • Travel Channel • 10pm ET , don't miss it!!! .

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2 days to go!!! On 16. Tusday, a New TV Show
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On 16. Tusday, a New TV Show
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Project 1492
In 1983 Sir Robert Marx (https://goo.gl/v9xJcY) and I were working on a discovery that would change history. We were out to prove that a Roman ship sunk in Rio de Janeiro’s Guanabara Bay 2,000 years ago. 
Unfortunately, the project was derailed because of political problems in Brazil. Now Bob and I are discussing putting together a group to continue this adventure of discovery. If we can prove what the evidence indicates and what we believe is true, we can change history. 
1492 will no longer be the year that Europeans first arrived in the New World.
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Project 1492 In 1983 Sir Robert Marx (https://goo.gl/v9xJcY) and I were working on a discovery that would change history. We were out to prove that a Roman ship sunk in Rio de Janeiro’s Guanabara Bay 2,000 years ago. Unfortunately, the project was derailed because of political problems in Brazil. Now Bob and I are discussing putting together a group to continue this adventure of discovery. If we can prove what the evidence indicates and what we believe is true, we can change history. 1492 will no longer be the year that Europeans first arrived in the New World. #jameslynchexplorer 
Rene and I at the abandoned gold prospecting mine deep in the Amazon Jungle, part of the Juruena natural reserve. So much destruction...Very sad…

René e eu no garimpo de ouro abandonado no meio da Selva Amazônica, parte da reserva natural de Juruena. Tanta destruição. Muito triste…
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Rene and I at the abandoned gold prospecting mine deep in the Amazon Jungle, part of the Juruena natural reserve. So much destruction...Very sad… René e eu no garimpo de ouro abandonado no meio da Selva Amazônica, parte da reserva natural de Juruena. Tanta destruição. Muito triste… #renedelmotteexplorer  #jameslynchexplorer  #enjoytheadventure !
Rene Delmotte, Coll Metcalfe and me at the Serra do Roncador. Coll is our Producer....
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• Her Name: Samira Kuikuro
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Museu do Camel Trophy em Portugal com Fidalgo.
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We had barely finished eating and the fire already was going out. We lay down on our bed of leaves and passed out exhausted. It was a cold, wet night and the rocks beneath our bed of leaves made it impossible to find a comfortable position. We turned from side to side the whole night through.
Mal terminamos de comer e o fogo já estava se apagando. Deitamos sobre nossa cama de folhas e apagamos de exaustão. Foi uma noite fria e molhada e as pedras por baixo das folhas impossibilitavam uma posição confortável. Viramos de um lado para o outro a noite toda.
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We had barely finished eating and the fire already was going out. We lay down on our bed of leaves and passed out exhausted. It was a cold, wet night and the rocks beneath our bed of leaves made it impossible to find a comfortable position. We turned from side to side the whole night through. Mal terminamos de comer e o fogo já estava se apagando. Deitamos sobre nossa cama de folhas e apagamos de exaustão. Foi uma noite fria e molhada e as pedras por baixo das folhas impossibilitavam uma posição confortável. Viramos de um lado para o outro a noite toda. #jameslynchexplorer  #comingsoon 
Trilha do Cachorro Louco - 8 km em 6 horas.
Rabid Dog Trail - 5 miles in 6 hours.
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Trilha do Cachorro Louco - 8 km em 6 horas. Rabid Dog Trail - 5 miles in 6 hours. #jameslynchexplorer 
As onças são as donas da selva.
The jaguar own the jungle.
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Trilha do Cachorro Louco - Quadri´s e ATV´s. 9 horas para andar 8 km!
Mad Dog Trail - Four wheelers and ATV´s. 9 hours to travel 8 km!
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Trilha do Cachorro Louco - Quadri´s e ATV´s. 9 horas para andar 8 km! Mad Dog Trail - Four wheelers and ATV´s. 9 hours to travel 8 km! #jameslynchexplorer 
Lost Amazon: Project Z

A jungle larger than the US holds the key to many of the world's most baffling mysteries, stunning secrets and lost civilizations. Veteran explorers James Lynch, Rene Delmotte, and Marsh Mokhtari journey into the hidden world of the Amazon to find evidence that will rewrite the history of civilization.
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Lost Amazon: Project Z A jungle larger than the US holds the key to many of the world's most baffling mysteries, stunning secrets and lost civilizations. Veteran explorers James Lynch, Rene Delmotte, and Marsh Mokhtari journey into the hidden world of the Amazon to find evidence that will rewrite the history of civilization. . . . #comingsoon  #30days  #october16  #travelchannel  #staytune  #jameslynchexplorer 
Although Gilberto and I were the ones who decided to mount this expedition to try to reach the bottom of the falls, something that despite the many attempts, no one had succeeded in doing, we would not have been successful had it not been for the tireless, knowledgeable, experienced and kind men that came with us: Evilasio, Aldo and Carlinhos. (The holes in Evilasio's shirt were made by the cutter ants)
Embora Gilberto e eu éramos quem tinha decidido montar esta expedição para tentar chegar ao pé da cachoeira, algo que, apesar das muitas tentativas, ninguém tinha conseguido fazer, nos também não teríamos conseguido se não fosse pelos incansáveis, experientes e gentis amigos que vieram ajudar a gente: Evilásio, Aldo e Carlinhos. (Os buracos na camisa do Evilasio foram feitas pelas Sauvas)
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Although Gilberto and I were the ones who decided to mount this expedition to try to reach the bottom of the falls, something that despite the many attempts, no one had succeeded in doing, we would not have been successful had it not been for the tireless, knowledgeable, experienced and kind men that came with us: Evilasio, Aldo and Carlinhos. (The holes in Evilasio's shirt were made by the cutter ants) Embora Gilberto e eu éramos quem tinha decidido montar esta expedição para tentar chegar ao pé da cachoeira, algo que, apesar das muitas tentativas, ninguém tinha conseguido fazer, nos também não teríamos conseguido se não fosse pelos incansáveis, experientes e gentis amigos que vieram ajudar a gente: Evilásio, Aldo e Carlinhos. (Os buracos na camisa do Evilasio foram feitas pelas Sauvas) #jameslynchexplorer 
This is the “Death Road” in Bolivia, winding up from the Amazon Yungas to La Paz at the top of the Andes. It’s a one lane, gravel trail with two-way car, bus and truck traffic. Vehicles going downhill have the right-of-way. If two vehicles meet head to head, the one going uphill must back up to a wider place on the road to let the down traveling vehicle pass, as the picture demonstrates. Every few yards along the trail there are crosses with plastic flowers honoring those that died as their vehicles went over the side… I’ve traveled this road four times and came back – but then again, I’m a lucky guy!

Esta é a "Estrada da Morte" na Bolívia, que sobe dos Yungas na Amazônia para La Paz, no topo dos Andes. É uma trilha de cascalho, faixa única, com tráfego bidirecional, carros, ônibus e caminhões. Os veículos que estão descendo têm o direito de passagem. Se dois veículos se encontrarem de frente, o que está subindo tem que dar ré até algum lugar mais largo na estrada para deixar o veículo que esta descendo passar, como mostra a imagem. A cada poucos metros ao longo da trilha se encontram cruzes com flores de plástico, honrando aqueles que morreram quando seus veículos caíram no precipício... Eu viajei esta estrada quatro vezes e voltei – é que eu sou um cara de sorte!
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This is the “Death Road” in Bolivia, winding up from the Amazon Yungas to La Paz at the top of the Andes. It’s a one lane, gravel trail with two-way car, bus and truck traffic. Vehicles going downhill have the right-of-way. If two vehicles meet head to head, the one going uphill must back up to a wider place on the road to let the down traveling vehicle pass, as the picture demonstrates. Every few yards along the trail there are crosses with plastic flowers honoring those that died as their vehicles went over the side… I’ve traveled this road four times and came back – but then again, I’m a lucky guy! Esta é a "Estrada da Morte" na Bolívia, que sobe dos Yungas na Amazônia para La Paz, no topo dos Andes. É uma trilha de cascalho, faixa única, com tráfego bidirecional, carros, ônibus e caminhões. Os veículos que estão descendo têm o direito de passagem. Se dois veículos se encontrarem de frente, o que está subindo tem que dar ré até algum lugar mais largo na estrada para deixar o veículo que esta descendo passar, como mostra a imagem. A cada poucos metros ao longo da trilha se encontram cruzes com flores de plástico, honrando aqueles que morreram quando seus veículos caíram no precipício... Eu viajei esta estrada quatro vezes e voltei – é que eu sou um cara de sorte! #jameslynchexplorer 
- Tribe/Tribo: Yawalapiti - #jameslynchexplorer #travelchanel
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Proud to announce James Lynch TV series on @travelchannel  called LOST AMAZON: Project Z .
10/16 - Tuesday at 10pm. 
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Making of... TV Show @travelchannel 
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James Lynch nas profundezas da Selva Amazonica.
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• James Lynch Explorer with Mr. Amawi Rikbaktsa , explorando o mundo • #jameslynchexplorer #travelchannel
Caminhada Itatiaia à Visconde de Mauá
Hike from Itatiaia to Visconde de Mauá
#jameslynchexplorer — with Demetrius Alexandre, Decio Matos Jr. and Cristiano Escobar Novaes Pupo.
Caminhada Itatiaia à Visconde de Mauá Hike from Itatiaia to Visconde de Mauá #jameslynchexplorer  — with Demetrius Alexandre, Decio Matos Jr. and Cristiano Escobar Novaes Pupo.
Welcome to James Lynch Explorer #jameslynchexplorer #explorador