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Animals That Live in the Rainforest

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It is believed that over 50% of the world's species of plants and animals are found in the rainforest. Amazingly, only cover 6 - 7% of the total land surface on Earth is covered by rainforest. On average, there are between 30 to 80 different species of trees per acre. There is also a wide variety of animal life found in the rainforest. Many of the animals have special adaptations that allow them to live in the tropical conditions, they could not survive outside of this ecosystem.

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Bengal Tiger Report Abuse
Bengal tigers are beautiful creatures that live in forests, tropical rainforests, and mangroves in southern and southeastern Asia. The bengal tiger weigh between 400 and 600 pounds and grow from 5 to 10 feet in length.
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Jaguar Report Abuse
Jaguars are found in Central and South America and Mexico. Jaguars can be found in deserts, rainforest, and grasslands. They are a gorgeous animal.
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Anaconda Report Abuse
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ants Report Abuse
because ants live everywhere Evan no you can not see they
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HOWLER MONKEY Report Abuse
The howler monkey is the loudest land animal and the loudest monkey it can be heard up to three miles away. The blue whale is the only animal that is louder than the howler monkey.
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Orangutans Report Abuse
Orangutans live in Asia. They are the only great ape from Asia. They are found in tropical rain forests in Indonesia, northern Sumatra, and in low-lying swamps in Borneo.
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Spider Monkey Report Abuse
Spider Monkeys live high in the canopy of the rainforest and seldom venture to the rainforest floor.
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Harpy Eagle Report Abuse
The Harpy Eagle can be found in and near the rainforests of Central and South America, they eat monkeys, sloths and other small mammals.
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Alligators Report Abuse
Because Alligators are not just great predators, the Baby Alligators are kept as pets by the people who live in the rainforests. These people protect these animals and keep them healthy. When they are old enough the people who live in the rainforest set them back into the wild. I did my re-search!!!
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Okapi Report Abuse
The Okapi live in the rainforests of Congo in Africa. They grow to be 5 to 6 feet in height, 6 to 8 feet in length and weigh between 450 to 650 pounds.
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Gorilla Report Abuse
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love gorillas
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Lemur Report Abuse
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Wow nice comment!!
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OCELOT Report Abuse
Ocelots are a very graceful medium-sized cat that live in grasslands and rain forests. They are very good swimmers and fast hunters.
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GIBBON Report Abuse
A rare, slender, long- armed, small, tree-dwelling apes from Asia.
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Parrot Report Abuse
Parrots nest in trees in tropical and sub-tropical areas.
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Toucan Report Abuse
Toucans are located in Central and South America in tropical and sub-tropical rainforests, they live in holes of hollow trees.
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Sloth (Manatees) Report Abuse
Manatees can be found in the warm water coastlines and rivers of Florida, the Carribbean, Africa, the Amazon and parts of Asia. The manatee is not confined to these areas but these are where the largest populations are located.
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Emerald Tree Boa Report Abuse
A green snake with white bands, which grows to be up to be around 7.25 feet long. . The emerald tree boa eats rodents and birds.This snake catches food with its long teeth then squeezes it.
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CAPYBARA Report Abuse
The worlds largest rodent.
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Orangutan Report Abuse
Orangutans can be found in rainforests as well as other forests at higher elevations and near lowland swamps. They will sleep in trees as well as move through the trees in search of fruit.
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Binturong Report Abuse
Binturongs are very rare and live in trees in the dense forests of southeast Asia.
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Queen Alexandra's Birdwing Butterfly Report Abuse
The Queen Alexandra lives in a small portion of Papau New Guinea in the rainforests.
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Southern Cassowary Report Abuse
Cassowaries are the second heaviest bird on earth next to the ostrich. An adult Cassowarie can grow between 4 and 6 feet tall and can weigh up to 130 pounds. Cassowaries are true rainforest birds
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TARSIER Report Abuse
Tarsiers are small mammals with enormous eyes. Trasiers spend their whole life in trees including when they give birth and when sleeping at which times they cling to a tree trunk.
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CUCKOO Report Abuse
There are approximately 140 species of cuckoo. They get their name from the sound of their call coo-coo coo coo-coo-coo.
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wha.....?
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