Iquitos, Peru, September 16, 2013 - Fish caught from the nearby Amazon River on display at the Belen Market, the central market of Iquitos. Belen in the gateway from the the jungle to the city. Many of the locals of Belen operate as both distributors, by ferrying vegetables, produce, meats and medicines from the jungle to the market, and as merchant. The market itself supplies the city with the majority of its needs, from jungle fruits and vegetables, fish, jungle meat, such as turtle, monkey, deer and rodent, clothing, tools, coal, wood, and even medicine. Because it is such an integral part of the city, the police look the other way with regard to the illegal activity.