Here are some of the Amazon Rainforest's most interesting animals:.
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The Capybara is similar in appearance to cavies and guinea pigs. Barrel-shaped and covered in dark red and brown fur, adult capybaras stand around 2 feet tall at the shoulders on all fours, are in excess of 4 feet long, and may weigh close to pounds, making them massive for rodents. Semi-aquatic rodents by nature, they make themselves quite at home amidst the Amazonian wetlands. As their name implies, this variety of sloths loves to chow down on bugs, including ants.
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In fact, their tubular snouts and long tongues are especially well-suited for gorging upon insects practically wherever they may be. Also unique among anteaters and sloths in general, Giant Anteaters prefer to stay out of the trees and stick to the rainforest floor to roam in search of their next insectivorous meal. The green iguana is a favorite pet of many people around the world. A large lizard, Green Iguanas may grow to almost 6 feet in length from head to tail. These beautiful raptors live across much of Central America in addition to the Amazonian jungles.
Despite being skilled hunters and apex predators, they face significant threats from human activities, especially those related to habitat loss as large swaths of the Amazon Rainforest are cleared for land development. Sexually dimorphic and weighing up to 20 pounds, female Harpy Eagles may be twice as large as their male companions. This bizarre animal is actually a monkey that derives its name from the great cats because of its impressive mane. It is comprised of abundance thick rings of beautiful golden hair surrounding its respectable and charismatic black face.
The Golden Lion Tamarin can grow 6 to 10 inches long, while its tail can be even longer at 12 to 15 inches! Females often give birth to twins where the male fathers play a critical role in caring for the babies, carrying their offspring on their back in between feedings. They sleep in tree holes during the night and is active during day time, living in groups of 2 to 8 which constitutes their families, and make use of scent marks or songs for making their presence known on their territories. The world's largest, heaviest, and most powerful snake may also be its most famed.
The Anaconda can grow as long as 30 feet and weigh up to pounds! They constantly grow throughout their entire lifetime, eating about 40 pounds of prey every day as small meals. Larger meals that they swallow whole can satisfy them for a few weeks. A female anaconda is typically larger and gives birth to live young which count 20 to 40 little anacondas that are each 2 feet long! Also known as the lantern fly, flying snake, alligator bug, snake cicada, among many other names, the peanut head bug is a mysterious creation.
Odocoilenaus virginianus. Dipodomys deserti. Sceloporus magister. Gopherus agassizii.
Sarcophilus harrisii. Madoqua kirkii. Nyctereutes procyonoides. Stenella coeruleoalba. Turtur chalcospilos. Zenaida galapagoensis. Streptopelia senegalensis. Streptopelia decipiens. Columba palumbus. Columba livia. Zenaida asiatica. Picoides pubescens. Chlamydosaurus kingii.
Varanus komodensis. Ctenophorus ornatus. Amphibolurus barbatus. Libellula quadrimaculata. Dicrurus adsimilis. Dendrocygna viduata. Smithopsis crassicaudata. Larus fuliginosus. Crotalus triseriatus. Aquila chrysaetos. Lophoaetus occipitalis. Haliaeetus leucoryphus. Anitibyx armatus.
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Haliaetus leucogaster. Terrapene carolina. Sylvilagus floridanus. Eastern diamondback rattlesnake. Crotalus adamanteus. Helogale undulata. Sciurus niger. Macropus giganteus. Drymarchon corias couperi. Pelecans onocratalus. Casmerodius albus. Egretta thula.
Alopochen aegyptiacus. Neophron percnopterus. Eudromia elegans. Eleven-banded armadillo unidentified.
Cabassous sp. Cervus canadensis. Dromaeus novaehollandiae. Sciurus vulgaris. Platalea leucordia. Ciconia ciconia. Eudyptula minor. Falco peregrinus. Falco mexicanus.
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Acrobates pygmaeus. Buteo regalis. Martes pennanti. Phoenicopterus ruber. Phoeniconaias minor. Myiarchus tuberculifer. Rhabdomys pumilio. Numida meleagris. Vulpes cinereoargenteus. Francolinus swainsonii.
Oryx gazella callotis. Podargus strigoides. Buteo galapagoensis. Nesomimus trifasciatus. Spheniscus mendiculus.
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Geochelone elephantopus. Callipepla gambelii. Bos frontalis.
Gazella granti. Gazella thompsonii.