Asked in Animal Life
Name two examples of each type of animal living in the Amazon rainforest?
Asked in Animal Life
What are some examples of animals living in the Amazon rainforest?
There are many kinds of animals that live in the Amazon rainforest. Gorillas, lemurs, parrots, toucans, iguanas, boa constrictors, angelfish, dragonflies, and praying mantis are just a few of the many examples of animals that live in the Amazon rainforest. ...
Asked in Amazon Rainforest
Do people live in the Amazon rainforest?
Yes. There are hundreds of different ethnic groups living within the Amazon rainforest. Yes. There are hundreds of different ethnic groups living within the Amazon rainforest. yes there lots of different societies in the amazon rainforest ...
Asked in Animal Life, Amazon Rainforest
How is the amazon rainforest so important to the animal in its habitat?
The reason why the Amazon rain forest is so important is because without a place to live, the animal species living there would become extinct. ...
Asked in Rainforests
How is the Amazon Basin rainforest in danger?
The Amazon rainforest is in danger because if the forest will be cut down the animals will be affected, there is very rare animals living in the Amazon rainforest. Also the environment, everyone goes on about climate change and how bad it is. Cutting down a rainforest will affect the weather. Also the tourism will be affected when I went we got someone that lived near to guide us around the Amazon Rainforest, we payed them. ...
Asked in Birds, Mammals, Rainforests
Give two examples of insects living in the amazon rain forest?
1. Owl Butterfly, Caligo Idomeneus 2. Clear-Winged Butterfly, Cithaerias Pireta It is estimated that 30 million species of insects live in the Amazon Rainforest. ...
What types of birds live in the Amazon rainforest?
there are over 500 species of birds living in the amazon so you'll need to be more specific. ...
Asked in Science, Earth Sciences
What is an example of commensalism in tropical rainforest?
There are many examples of commensalism in a tropical rainforest. An example would be a frog living in a tree. The frog receives shelter, and the tree doesn't receive anything in return. Commensalism applies to most relationships like this in the rainforest. Another example would be an insect laying their eggs in the dung of a larger animal. The insect receives shelter for it's eggs while there is no effect on the larger animal at all. Hope these examples helped. ...
Asked in Human and Animal Interaction
How many species are there living in the canopy of the Amazon rainforest?
There are hundreds of species that make their home in the canopy of the rainforest. They do this so that they can have shelter, find food, and avoid predators. ...
Asked in Consumers (food chain)
What is an example of a third level consumer in the rainforest?
examples of third level consumers living in the rainforest are jaguars, large snakes like anacondas, and sometimes even alligators or crocodiles. ...