The story behind

The equatorial zone of South America has remarkably diverse fauna and flora that is a marvelous source of inspiration for the passionate naturalist Robert Dallet. Around a jaguar, the solitary big cat that prowls dense forests, a whole population of wild animals busies itself. The ocelot and the margay – small felines, sharp and keen – dominate the scene and frame a spider monkey, a sloth and toucans. Then comes the ballet of the macaws, parakeets and a cock-of-the-rock, followed by the white-headed capuchin, the woolly monkey and the ringtail. On the ground rest roseate spoonbills, a sunbittern with its wings spread, a scarlet ibis… A composition of multiple voices.