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Giant Armadillo

...Amazing Animal Books   Giant armadillos are featured in the following book: 25 Amazon Rainforest Animals The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about giant armadillos. Details of the videos featured are underneath. The...
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Capuchin monkey

Capuchin monkey... Capuchin monkeys are about 12 to 22 inches (30 to 56 centimeters) long, with prehensile tails that are as long as their bodies. These arboreal monkeys spend most...
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Brazilian Wandering Spider

Brazilian Wandering Spider... These huge, hairy creepy-crawlies are the eight species of the genus Phoneutria (Greek for “murderess”), considered to be the world’s most venomous spiders. One of these species,...

Harpy Eagle Facts!

Harpy Eagle Facts!   Harpy Eagles are featured in the following books: 25 Amazon Rainforest Animals 25 Top Predators in the World 101 Birds of Prey facts! The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about...
Anaconda

Top 10 Interesting Anaconda Facts

Top 10 Interesting Anaconda Facts ... Lurking in the water with only its eyes and nostrils above the surface, the green anaconda patiently waits for an animal to make the...

Pygmy marmoset

...Amazing Animal Books Pygmy marmoset, Sacha Lodge, Ecuador by Don Faulkner (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); Pygmy Marmoset Facts New World Monkey Alternative names: Cebuella pygmaea, Chambira, Chichico, Leoncillo,...
Electric eel (Electrophorus electricus)

Electric eel facts

Electric eel facts ... Freshwater electric eels Electric eels are found in South America. Throughout much of the Amazon and Orinoco River basins they can be found in the shallow, muddy...
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Vampire Bat Facts!

Vampire Bat Facts! Vampire bats are the only type of bats that survive solely on blood. Due to their bloody liquid diet, vampire bats have only a few teeth, though...

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