The rainforest is home to more than half of all animal and plant species in our world.
The Amazon Rainforest is the world’s largest rainforest and provides habitat for
countless species of animals, birds, fish, and plants. Within the Amazon animal kingdom
alone there are about 800 species of mammals, including the jaguar, manatee, ocelot, and tapir.
The Amazon Rainforest is also home to many animals which do not exist anywhere else in nature, such as the pink dolphin, giant anteater, three-toed sloth, capybara, black agouti, peccary, wooly monkey, and sac-winged bat
The rainforest, nature’s gift to mankind.