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what insects are in the amazon rainforest
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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.
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
the rainforest tribe of course!
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.
The fastest animal in the rainforest depends on which rainforest. Each rainforest is unique and has different animals living in it.
No, there are no Panda bears living in the Amazon rain forest. They live in China.
The living things in the amazon rain forest is trees, plants, animals, and more.
the longest living animal is at the age of 410 years old which is a Quahog clam :)
the pygmy marmoset. its a kind of monkey
The Brazilian government sent the poor civilians out to the rainforest so they could farm and make a living
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.
1. Owl Butterfly, Caligo Idomeneus2. Clear-Winged Butterfly, Cithaerias PiretaIt is estimated that 30 million species of insects live in the Amazon Rainforest.
there are over 500 species of birds living in the amazon so you'll need to be more specific.
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.
People live in the rainforest because their ancestors did. Their lives differ from our culture. The food,meds and sources of living come from the forest.
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.
the plants living in the rainforest get their nutrients from the rainforest soil.
the other living things beside plants and animal are bacteria,fungi,and germ..
If an animal is extinct, that means that there are no more living members of that animal species on the planet Earth. Therefore, by definition, there can be NO extinct animals in the Amazon.
The people who live in the amazon rainforest could make a living by being a cattle farmer or driving trucks full of logs and cut down trees, you could cut down trees hope you use my answer