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LAYERS. PLANTS. ANIMALS. MORE ANIMALS. FACTS & FIGURES. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 5. 5. 5. 5. 5. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 20. 20. 20. 20. 20. This is The top layer of the Rainforest. The tallest trees can be found here. What is the Emergent Layer.

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LAYERS

PLANTS

ANIMALS

MORE ANIMALS

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This layer of the Rainforest is home to animals such as Sloths and Howler Monkeys. They can be found “just hanging around.”
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This layer is just underneath the Rainforest “umbrella.” It extends from the Forest Floor to the base of the Canopy
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This type of plant is sometimes called an air plant. It grown on leaves and branches high in the canopy.
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It was not until Europeans added sugar and milk to cacao that the world came to know this sweet treat
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This is the original base for chewing gum. It comes from the latex (sap) of a tree native from southern Mexico to northern Brazil.
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This mammal is usually dark brown in color. It can usually be found near water because of its great ability to swim. It’s scientific name is Tapirus terrestris

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This butterfly is a common poisonous butterfly that eats poisonous milkweed in its larval stage and lays its eggs on the milkweed plant.
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This snake is the biggest snake in the world. Also known as the Water Boa, this giant, meat-eater lives in swampy areas of tropical (warm) South America.

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This is a large, flightless bird from Australia and New Guinea. It is the biggest bird in Australia and the second-biggest bird in the world

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This mammal lives in Mexico, Central America and South America.  They live in forests and swamps and plains.   It has a long sticky tongue that catches insects and very long, strong claws.

this is the world s largest rodent it has no tail and partially webbed feet it lives on river banks
This is the world\'s largest rodent. It has no tail and partially-webbed feet. It lives on river banks
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____________________acres of rainforest are lost every second with tragic consequences for both developing and industrial countries.
over 2 000 tropical plants have been identified by scientists as having anti properties
Over 2,000 tropical plants have been identified by scientists as having anti__________properties
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