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Cocha
Cochas are oxbow-shaped lakes formed when portions of rivers are cut off and isolated from the main stream. Several cochas are located around the Manu River and provide a nutrient rich habitat for animals and plants to flourish. Otters, black caiman, and fish are among the Amazon animals that live in cochas.
 
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