Top 13 Incredible Rainforest Animals

Vesper Rat:This little rodent, with a body length of 4.25 to 5 inches and a tail that’s about the same length, lives in the tropical rainforests of Mexico and Central America.

Slow Loris:The slow loris is a primate that lives in the rainforest of south and southeast Asia. It is different from just about every other primate due to its slow and deliberate movements. 

Roosevelt Elk:The Roosevelt elk is the largest elk in North America and is found in the Pacific Northwest’s temperate rainforests, including Olympic National Park.

Rhinoceros Hornbill:This robust bird is Malaysia’s national bird and the state bird of Sarawak and is found around Indonesia and the south of Thailand. 

Red-Banded Pereute:This butterfly, found in the tropical rainforests of Central and South America, is mid-sized for a butterfly with a 2.25 to 2.35-inch wingspan.

Poison Dart Frogs:These frogs, members of the Dendrobatidae family, are found in the tropical rainforests of Central and South America.

Margay:The margay is one of the smaller of the wild cats and is found in the tropical rain forests of southern Mexico, Central America, and much of South America.

Madagascan Sunset Moth:This large moth with a 3.25 to 4-inch wingspan is considered the most spectacular of the world’s moths. 

Limnonectes larvaepartus:Limnonectes larvaepartus is a little over an inch long from snout to vent and comes in shades of brown and gray with a pale belly. 

Darwin’s Bark Spider:The spider itself is sort of typical. The females are black with white hair and the males are brown and red with the same areas of white. 

Chrysina aurigans:This astonishing beetle is between 0.63 and 1.375 inches long. Another beetle, Chrysina limbata is almost identical but is a scintillating silver.

Calabar Ground Python:This little python, which only grows to about 3 feet in length, is found in the rainforests of west and central Africa. It is the only member of the Calabaria genus.

African slender-snouted Crocodile:This crocodile is found around the freshwater or brackish bodies of water that runs through the rainforests of central Africa.

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