Amazon Animals Chalk Pastel - uses a mix of chalk and oil pastels to create a fun art project. #art

Amazon Animals Chalk Pastel

Jaguar in the Amazon Rainforest, Brazil. Could branch towards animal print for advertising?

TUXEDO CAT FACTS and PERSONALITY

The Great Cats of the Southern Jungle are often called the Star-Brow's cats, after the Star-Browed Queen who woke them from their savage beginnings and gave them their language.

As photographer Mark Cowan traveled down the Amazon, studying reptile and amphibian diversity with the Herpetology Division at the University of Michigan, he captured a phenomenal photo that is as visually stunning as it is educational. The image showcases a lounging caiman with a vibrant crown of butterflies. Biologically, the winged creatures need salt to survive, and the water that collects on the caiman's skin is a key provider of those minerals. Many other animals must rely on similar…

Once-In-A-Lifetime Photo Captures a Caiman Wearing a Crown of Butterflies in the Amazon

Amazon Rainforest Plants | Amazon-Rainforest-Animals

I see a flying bird It looks like a few words Written high above the sky I see it when a bird fly Now my soul speaks to me And makes.

World’s biggest snake (Anaconda) found in Africa’s Amazon River. It killed 257 humans and 2325 animals. It was 134 feet long and 2067 kgs

Controversy Trails Death Of World’s Biggest Snake.Which took them 37 days to kill

Amazon Rainforest Animals And Plants | Spiralling demand pushed some species to the brink of extinction. Only ...

I know that cuddling giant eaters is a decidedly bad idea, but it's just so cute! Giant Anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla): Owns the runway! Photo via University of Michigan

World's biggest snake (Anaconda) found in Africa's Amazon River. It  killed 257 humans and 2325 animals. It was 134 feet long and 2067 kgs. It took Africa's Royal British commandos 37 days to kill it.

World's biggest snake Anaconda found in South America. It has killed 257 human beings and 2325 animals. It is 134 feet long and 2067 kgs. Africa's Royal British commandos took 37 days to get it killed.

These Amazon Animals Would Still Go Extinct Even if Deforestation Stopped Tomorrow [This is a phenomenon that has only recently come to light and been studied - but also shouldn't be taken as nothing we can do! The factors causing this slow extinction are being looked into and if those factors - for example fragmentation of habitat - are worked on then there is still a possibility of recovery.]

These Amazon Animals Would Still Go Extinct Even if Deforestation Stopped Tomorrow

Sorry guys, we've racked up an "extinction debt," and you've got to pay it off.

The red fan parrot (Deroptyus accipitrinus) is a species of New World parrot found in South America (the term New World is given to animals which are located in the Americas).  This parrot is rated as 'Least Concern' by the IUCN.

Red-fan Parrot (Deroptyus accipitrinus) otherwise known as a Hawk-head Parrot

These Amazon Animals Would Still Go Extinct Even if Deforestation Stopped Tomorrow

These Amazon Animals Would Still Go Extinct Even if Deforestation Stopped Tomorrow

Ocelot (Felis / Leopardus Pardalis) Amazon Rainforest, Ecuador http://www.ecuadorgalapagostravels.ec/index.php?pagina=amztours

Ocelot (Felis / Leopardus Pardalis) Amazon Rainforest, Ecuador

A Golden Lion Tamarin. These tamerin's are endangered and threatened by illegal logging, poaching, mining, urbanization and infrastructure development and the introduction of alien species.

Wildlife Wednesdays: Disney Efforts Help to Protect the Golden Lion Tamarin’s Forest Home

Adorable Miniature Animals That Will Brighten Your Day

Peruvian Rainforest - Home to thousands of different animal species, including the world's smallest primate, pygmy marmosets.

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