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Great Show, did you watch it? Today at 3pm Travel Channel, amazing! @marshm_ #jameslynchexplorer 
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Tune-in to @travelchannel tonight at 10pm ET/PT and witness @jameslynchexplorer, @marshm_  and #renedelmotteexplorer uncover a remarkable lost civilization buried deep in the jungles of Peru on the exciting all-new special 'Lost Amazon: Project Z'
Tune-in to @travelchannel tonight at 10pm ET/PT and witness @jameslynchexplorer, @marshm_ and #renedelmotteexplorer  uncover a remarkable lost civilization buried deep in the jungles of Peru on the exciting all-new special 'Lost Amazon: Project Z'
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 
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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