1993 June 4 - 1993 August 29
"The Pantanal: Brazil's Forgotten Wilderness" was an exhibition of photographs of rare and endangered animals living in a remote area of South America. Comprising more than fifty color photographs by photojournalist Vic Banks, the exhibition featured the abundant plant and animal life of the Pantanal, and area believed to have the greatest concentration of animals in the Americas, ranging from 600 species of birds, large populations of fish, thousands of reptiles, anteaters, giant armadillos, wild horses and rare mammals such as the jaguar. An Arthur Ross exhibit-of-the-month, the photographs were on view in the Akeley Gallery of the American Museum of Natural History from June 4 to August 29, 1993.
Individuals and institutions involved in the creation of the exhibition: Vik Banks.
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