Gorillas are the world's largest primates. Along with chimpanzees, orangutans, and bonobos, mountain gorillas are humans' closest surviving relatives. They live in Rwanda, Uganda, and the DRC in Central Africa's national parks.


The blue morpho butterfly is a colourful sight as it flits among the treetops of a tropical rainforest. Predators are fooled into thinking the butterfly is a giant prey animal by the numerous "eyespots" on its brown underside.


The striking okapi, the giraffe's closest surviving relative, can be found in Central Africa's lush tropical Ituri Forest. Its striped hindquarters and brown coat allow it to "disappear" into the dappled light of the woodland.


Black Howler Monkeys are common in South American rainforests. Their calls are one of the most distinctive sounds of the South American rainforests.

Black Howler Monkey

The Jesus Christ Lizard is a common basilisk that can run on water. One of the coolest rainforest animals, indigenous to Central and South America.

Jesus Christ Lizard

We have a near relative in Borneo and Sumatra's rainforests. Reddish-brown hair distinguishes this tree-dwelling ape. Females and males are quite different, and dominant males have cheek pads.


The jaguar is the undisputed ruler of South American and Central American rainforests, just like the lion rules the Savannah. It has the most distinctive markings of any American cat and is the largest of its kind.


The capybara is the world's largest rodent, weighing more than 100 pounds and measuring two feet tall. It dwells in dense plants near water and jumps into water to escape predators. Five minutes.


The green anaconda is one of the largest snakes in the world, reaching 30 feet long, 12 inches in diameter, and 550 pounds. Due to its size, it's unwieldy on land but stealthy in the water.


The red-eyed tree frog is among the most well-known of the species that live in rainforests. They call the jungles of Colombia and Central America, as well as other countries in the region, home.

 Red-Eyed Tree Frog

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Borneo's unique monkey coexists with the orangutan. Proboscis monkeys are called long-nosed monkeys because to their "abnormally" long noses. Larger men are more desirable to women.

Proboscis Monkey