rainforests facts

There are several types of rain forests. They cover less than 3 percent of the  planet. Rain forests house more plants and animals  than any other terrestrial ecosystem. i really love rain forests  animals. How do lemurs survive?

Tiger, Animal, Water, Rain, Nature, Dark, Effect

red pandas!

Red pandas live in the rainforests and spend most of their time in the  trees

Red pandas can climb trees and walk on the floor.

Red pandas are so cute !

Red pandas can swim.

Row old can a red panda live up to ?

Red Panda, Zoo, Animal


animals in the rain forest

Did you know in captivity ocelots live up to 20 years but in the wild ocelots live up to 7-10 years. They are mostly active at dusk and mostly sleep in the day.They can grow up to one meter in length. I think Ocelots are very cute and if you thought they are ugly then you are wrong!

Costa Rica, Ocelot, La Catarata, Ocelot








I love jaguars they are one of my favourite animals. Unlike any other cat jaguars actually like water and their teeth are so strong that they can bite through almost anything – that’s jawsome! A female jaguar can have up to four kids at a time. The name jaguar atually means he who kills in one leap.

Jaguar, Stains, Look, Fiera, Stalking, Eyes, Jaguarete

Also as being good swimmers jaguars have very sharp claws which means they are very strong climbers.Jaguar, Big Cat, Wildcat, Zoo, Tiergarten, Dangerous


                                                                                                                                                             The way to tell the difference between leopards fur and a jaguars fur is that a leopards fur only has spots where as a jaguars fur has circles with spots inside them 

          It is is known that  a jaguar an kill a lion but it basically depends on poor luck . Out of the two who do you think would win in a fight?

Jaguar, Resting, Rock, Predator, Cat, Big, Wild, Animal




facts about sloths

Sloths can live for up to 20 years.

Sloth, Costa Rica, Puerto Viejo

They are cute.                                                                                                                                                                                                       Are thay endangered?