SEE IT: Watch African migrants’ incredible journey to the United States through a jungle in Colombia

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America may be a land in crisis, but millions of people are still ready to do all it takes to get here.

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Watch these African migrants go from Africa and then to Colombia and the jungle in hope of reaching the United States of America.

Some of the migrants are heard saying they traveled from the central Aftican country of Cameroon and had no regrets of taking the dangerous trip in one of the most dangerous jungles on earth.

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They first fly to South America and from there, their risky journey is on foot.

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At one point, it appears as if they have all died, only to reemerge alive two weeks after they were last seen.

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