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  1. By Paige Rain forest

  2. Animals : the small amount of mammals I am providing are jaguar,ocelot,howler monkey,spider monkey,most bats and millions more. Birds : macaw, humming bird ,eagle, toucans and many more . South America Facts : the rainforest in South America is not very different than most except is in South America .

  3. Animals : tree kangaroo,opossum,koala,sugar glider and so many more Birds : emerald dove,brush turkey ,top knot pigeon, sooty owl and so many more Australia Facts : this rain forest has a capacity of interesting things the temp can go up to 100 !!!!

  4. Animals : mammals : orangutans,tigers , a lot of flying foxes , bamboo rats and lots more Birds : fairy blue birds , flower peckers , leaf birds , wood swallows and TONS more Southeast Asia • Facts : in southeast Asia the climate is very hot .

  5. Animals : Mammals:antelope,chimpanzee ,okapi , hippo, and so many more Birds : Congo peafowl , African gray parrot , and tons more West Africa • Facts : Africa is very hot and home to many starving people .

  6. Animal facts : the okapi is a giraffe like mammal ! Life span : it can live up to 15 – 20 years in captivity . Latin name : johnstini Facts Facts : be careful for the MUD ! Since the rain forest can get over 7 in of rain it is VERY MUDDY !!!!

  7. Animal fact : the Dhole is in danger of extinction due to rapid loss of habitat . Life span : about 7 years. Latin name : cuon alpinus . More facts Whoa ! be careful it is very rare but you have * 15 percent chance of being attacked by a animal * I think

  8. Even More Facts

  9. Trivia Why is the Dhole endangered ? An okapi is a ____ like mammal .

  10. Sources http://therainforestaworldbiome.weebly.com/food-chain.html And book 13 15 and 22 in the library http://www.gould.edu.au/foodwebs/kids_web.htm http://www.enchantedlearning.com/biomes/