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Tropical Rainforest Biome: Plants and Animals

Day 181 Beautiful World: blue poison dart frog (Dendrobates azureus) - listed as Vulnerable, but if rainforest deforestation continues, its status will become more critical.

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

Animals In The Rainforest ➰ #Snakes

Image detail for -Rainforest Snakes And Snakes' Unique Anatomy

It’s ten years since David Attenborough and the BBC gave the world Planet Earth but now they’re back with Planet Earth II. Here is some amazing wildlife photography to show why it's worth watching.

14 pictures that prove you need to watch David Attenborough's Planet Earth II

The original BBC series was one of the first blockbuster high-definition TV shows. A decade later, drones and light-weight steady cams give viewers a front-row view of nature& majesty and fragility.

Rain Forest - Animals of the Amazon

Rain Forest - Animals of the Amazon

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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.

Butterflies In The Amazon - This (along with so many innumerable reasons) is why the rain forests are so important.  We are destroying so much of our world that we could lose things like this in our lifetime.  That's too fast for the Earth to compensate.

Butterflies In The Amazon

In The - This (along with so many innumerable reasons) is why the rain forests are so important. We are destroying so much of our world that we could lose things like this in our lifetime. That's too fast for the Earth to compensate.

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