There are around 2.5 million different insects and over 40,000 different species. Being part of the tropical rainforest biome, the Amazon rainforest has temperature generally around 80 degrees and had humidity between 77% and 88% and has rain almost every single day all year long. The Amazon also produces around 20% of the earth’s oxygen. Within the tropical forest biome there are four zones. The bottom zone has insects and large animals.
According to Angela and McKenzie Jakes of Facts about goats, “ There are approximately 450 million goats around the world.” All goats are herbivores. Mountain goats can weigh 125 to 180 lbs. They are around 49 to 70 inches long. 8 to 10 inch horns. There are over 200 breeds of domestic goats.
Zebras are very closely related to donkeys and horses. Zebras are herbivores and mainly eat grass, shrubs, herbs, twigs, leaves and bark. There are about 750,000 number of zebras overall. In the past, there was about 15,000 Grevy’s Zebras, but sadly only 2,500 remain today. There are about 700 Cape Mountain Zebras and around “800-1300 Hartmann’s Mountain Zebras” alive.
Fossas are the largest carnivores in Madagascar. They are native only to the island nation of Madagascar. Secretive and cat-like, these predators are well equipped for chasing down lemurs in the forest. Little is known about fossas, mostly because there aren’t many of them, and they live in remote, forested areas. Average life span in the wild is 15 years and up to 20 years in zoos.
Males, on the other hand, can get up to nine feet long and weigh up to 1800 pounds. Their astonishing size lets them eat pretty much anything they want. Their diet consists of mostly seals, walruses, Beluga Whales and rarely vegetation. They travel great distances in search of prey (can be thousands of miles)!
The Puerto Rican frog (Eleutherodactyylus coqui) is a small tree frog that is brown, yellow, or green in color. This small tree frog is native to the Forrest areas of Puerto Rico but was also introduced to several other islands of the Caribbean such as Vieques, Dominican Republic, St John, Culebra, St Thomas and St. Croix. Some individuals were also introduced to U.S. territories Hawaii and Florida. The Puerto Rican coqui reproduce year round. The Females Coqui can lay anywhere from16 to 40 eggs, up to six times a year, normally about eight- week cycle.
So what makes it giant? Well, it weights to about 330 pounds and is more than four feet tall despite this their size they’re still great at tree climbing. And even though, they are giant when they have cubs, they weight about 5 pounds (Loucks). Despite the population of 1,800 panda bears are no longer on the list of endangered-species list. Since its population has increased and from the help of forest protection and reforestation the
Their wings are brown, and their tail is black. They will usually live in groups made up of 6 to 10 birds. They are usually found roaming around on the ground. The are 29 to 33cm long and will weigh 128g. They will usually eat seeds, plants, insects and small vertebrates.
(Brennemann) The Rothschild Giraffe weighs about 2,500 lbs and can grow to be 20 feet tall, their height and great eye sight can be very beneficial in trying to observe any predators coming or when trying to eat from trees. (Giraffe worlds) These amazing animals are not only tall but fast and powerful too when a giraffe has grown to be a mature age they are able to defend themselves with their powerful kicks as well as using their long necks to thrash or head butt. These Giraffes eat leaves, shrub or tree buds, flowers, and fruit; they