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When you think of a rainforest, what comes to mind? Many people think of rainforests as dense jungles with lots of trees.
The term vore is Latin for the phrase “one that eats.” Scientists use this root term in different ways when describing animals.
Of the many big cats that prowl the rainforests of the world, the jaguar is certainly one of the most majestic of animals.
It is not unusual to see several macaws gather together at clay licks where they will perch and eat clay along exposed river banks.
Certainly one of the most colorful members of the parrot family is the Macaw.
Hummingbirds are among the rainforest’s busiest animals. Flying at the rate of 40 miles an hour, the hummingbird travels from plant to plant.
At first glance, it might look like this bird is a cross between a unicorn and a modern-day dinosaur! But in fact, the Horned Screamer.
Here is something to think about: what is furry, weighs anywhere between 50 and 75 pounds and is six feet long? If you guessed.
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