During the summer of 2013, I spent 2 months in Manu, south-east Peru. This piece of pristine tropical rainforest is famed as being the most biodiverse place on the planet with the greatest number of species per km². This expedition was supported by the Jeremy Wilson Charitable Trust, the Crees Foundation and the University of Bristol. My aim was to document the incredible species that inhabit this area and show why it is worth preserving. A film which follows my adventure is currently in post production.