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                                 Amazon Rainforest Animals

The Amazon rainforest is the largest tropical rainforest in the world. It covers about 1.5 billion acres.  This rainforest has been around for about 50 million years. A large number of dangerous species live in Amazon rainforest such as- Anaconda, Jaguar etc. Caimans, Gorilla and monkeys are the most famous animals.

 Quick Facts: –

  • More than 10% of the world’s known wildlife species live in Amazon rainforest.
  • Scientists have not yet discovered many species of animals living in the rainforest.
  • Most common predators of Amazon forest are Jaguar, Caiman, Poisonous Dart frog, Anaconda etc.
  • Poisonous Dart Frogs are the deadliest creature of the Earth. They can be easily spotted because of their bright colour.
  • The Amazon rainforest is a broadleaf forest with fertile soil.
  • This rainforest is called the ‘Lungs of the Planet’ because it gives about 20% of the world’s oxygen.
  • The vampire bat is a commonly found species.
  • There are many dangerous species of snakes, spiders and other animals.
  • The loudest creature of Amazon rainforest is Toucan.
  • Deforestation is putting an end to 138 rainforest species every single day.




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