Margay

...Amazing Animal Books   Margays are featured in the following books: 25 Amazon Rainforest Animals 101 Facts... BIG CATS! The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about margays. Details of the videos featured are underneath. The Playlist: Margay and Oncilla - Cerro Candelaria Reserve by WorldLandTrust Margay-...

Macaw

...Amazing Animal Books Macaws are featured in the following books: 101 Facts... Parrots! 25 Amazon Rainforest Animals 25 Endangered Animals Macaws are also listed in: Top 10 Fun Facts About Parrots! The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about macaws. Details of the videos featured are...

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 Playlist: Giant Armadillo digging burrow by Arnaud Desbiez Armadillo gigante.avi by videosdebiologia In...
Giant Anteater Facts!   Giant anteaters are featured in these following books: 25 Amazon Rainforest Animals 25 Strangest Animals in the World! The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about giant anteaters. Details of the videos featured are underneath. The Playlist: The Giant Anteater and the...
Capybara

Capybara

Capybara... The capybara is an herbivorous, semi-aquatic mammal. It has a barrel-like body, a short head and reddish-brown fur, and is the largest rodent in the world. It is prey for large cats (like the puma, jaguar and ocelot) and...
White face monkey at Palo Verde-1

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 of their time up in trees where they are safe...

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, Titi Where in the world? Amazon Basin – Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia,...
Amazon Ant (Polyergus)... Amazon ants (genus Polyergus) are parasitic insects that can even be described as “ant pirates”. They are useless at taking care of themselves. They can’t even care for their own young, partly because they have razor-sharp mandibles...
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