The mammals of the rainforest live in all parts of the rainforest from the canopy all the way down to the rainforest floor.
Yes, many types of mammals live in the Amazon rainforest.
The kinds of mammals that live in the tropical rainforest include cats such as the cheetah. Primates such as the orangutan also live in the tropical rainforest.
Sloths and Jaguars are examples of mammals that live in the rainforest. I hope this answer helped you!
Panthers and Jaguars
Gorillas, chimpanzees, antelopes, and hippopotamus are all mammals that live in the African rainforest.
the tree frog and the monkey
a door trap spider and a chemelon
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Rainforest mammals of Australia include sugar gliders and possums.
Theres about 50,000 in the rain forest and 90 in the desert
the type of mammal that lives in a rainforest is a tiger. There are also many different kinds of mammals that live in the rain forests like jaguars and monkeys.
Birds, trees, rocks, mammals, reptiles, fish, insects, and hobos.
jaguar, squirrel monkey, capybara, tapir, giant anteater
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There are many animals that live in the rainforest that include mammals, birds, and reptiles. One rainforest animal starting with the letter Y includes the yellow eared parrot.
The animals that live in the Australian Rainforest are birds, marsupials, reptiles, frogs, and mammals. Butterflies also live in the rain forest.
usually snakes and things that don't live in understory or canopy .check them off as you go down list
no rhinos do not live in rainforest.
yes there are
Tapirs are large ungulate mammals, so their activities are confined to the forest floor.
In the rainforest, spiders, mice, insects, some other small mammals, and amphibians/reptiles live on the floor level.
Lions do not live in the rainforest, they live in the African Savannah. Tigers live in the rainforest however.
Over a third of Australia's mammals can be seen in Daintree.
Manatees do live in the rainforest, as there are bodies of water in the rainforest.