Fun Rainforest Facts

One of the things that make rainforests so unique is that there are as many as 30 million species of plants and animals that live in them and at least two-thirds of the entire world's plant species, including many exotic and beautiful flowers, grow in rainforests.
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Common Chimpanzee

Common Chimpanzee

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Cassowary from the rainforests of New Guinea and Australia. The beautiful and colorful cassowaries are independent, flightless birds that spend most  of the year in solitude.

Cassowary from the rainforests of New Guinea and Australia. The beautiful and colorful cassowaries are independent, flightless birds that spend most of the year in solitude.

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Multiple parrot species: African Grey, Blue and Gold Macaw, Scarlet Macaw, Sulfur Crested Cockatoo and a Toucan. Click to discover Matthew Williamson bespoke bird prints for holidays and interiors.

Multiple parrot species: African Grey, Blue and Gold Macaw, Scarlet Macaw, Sulfur Crested Cockatoo and a Toucan. Click to discover Matthew Williamson bespoke bird prints for holidays and interiors.

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This cutie walks on water.

This cutie walks on water.

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What is believed to be a new Monkey Species in The Amazon Rainforest may, in fact, already be endangered: According to researchers; due to deforestation in the region.

What is believed to be a new Monkey Species in The Amazon Rainforest may, in fact, already be endangered: According to researchers; due to deforestation in the region.

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Forest Facts for Kids -- Learn about some of the most beautiful, awe-inspiring places and creatures on Earth.

Forest Facts for Kids -- Learn about some of the most beautiful, awe-inspiring places and creatures on Earth.

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True Facts About The Aye Aye

True Facts About The Aye Aye

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SPINY DEVIL KATYDID  Family: Tettigoniidae  Habitat: Central and South American Rainforest   Fun Fact: This 3-inch-long insect has been known to use its front legs to fight off predators as big as a monkey.

SPINY DEVIL KATYDID Family: Tettigoniidae Habitat: Central and South American Rainforest Fun Fact: This 3-inch-long insect has been known to use its front legs to fight off predators as big as a monkey.

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Did you know there is a frog named after Prince Charles? Amazon Rainforest Frog Facts: Prince Charles. #amazonrainforestfacts

Did you know there is a frog named after Prince Charles? Amazon Rainforest Frog Facts: Prince Charles. #amazonrainforestfacts

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The Biggest Animals Kingdom Discovery: 10 Interesting Amazon ...

The Biggest Animals Kingdom Discovery: 10 Interesting Amazon ...

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