Inside the world's most dangerous jungle
The horrible hurdles of the Darién Gap crossings
Found between Colombia and Panama, linking Central and South America, the Darién Gap is one of the most dangerous jungles in the world, filled with deadly wildlife and guerrilla members. It is between 100 km and 160 km (60-100 miles) of lawless, hazardous wilderness. However, many migrants and people hoping to reach the US risk their lives everyday by embarking on this terrible journey through the wild forest.
Click through this gallery to learn more about this mysterious place and the horrifying obstacles people must face and overcome once they find themselves deep inside the dangerous Darién Gap.
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