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Giant River Otter
A powerful and playful Otter that can reach 1.80 m high and weighs 80 kilos, have webbed feet and whiskers that are movement detectors. Feeds on fish around 5 kilos per day and hunts in groups, each lake hold only a family. The only predators are humans. Pteronura brasiliensis
Scarlett Macaw
A species of bird belonging to the family of psittacines. It is one of the nine existing species of the Ara genus, reaching 90 cm in length and 1 kg in weight. It is distinguished by its colorful plumage, which is scarlet red, complemented by blue and yellow feathers. Ara macao
White Cayman
It is a reptile that lives in fresh water, and swamps in the northwest of South America. The males measure between 1.8 and 2.5 m in length, and the females 1.4 m. They feed on: crustaceans, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and large and small mammals. Caiman crocodilus.
Harpy Eagle
The harpy eagle is a Neotropical species of eagle. It is the largest and most powerful raptor found in the rainforest. It usually inhabits tropical lowland rainforests in the emergent canopy layer. Destruction of its natural habitat has caused it to vanish from many parts of its former range. Harpia harpyja
Anaconda
Anacondas are found in tropical South America. Four species are currently recognized. It is often used to refer only to one species in particular, the common or green anaconda which is the largest snake in the world by weight, and the second longest (from 6 to 13 m). Eunectes murinus
Capybara
Capybara, is a semiaquatic mammal of Central and South America. It resembles the cavy and guinea pig of the family Caviidae. South American capybaras may be 1.25 metres long and weigh 66 Kg. Capybaras are short-haired brownish rodents with blunt snouts, short legs, small ears, and almost no tail. Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris.
Sloth
Arboreal mammals noted for slowness and for spending their lives hanging upside down in trees of rainforests of South America. There are two families: two-toed sloths and three-toed sloths. This is an evolutionary adaptation to their low-energy diet of leaves, and to avoid detection by predatory hawks and cats. Bradypus variegatus.
Hoatzin
The hoatzin , also known as the reptile bird or stinkbird, is a species of tropical bird found in swamps, and mangroves of the Amazon and the Orinoco basins in South America. It is notable for having chicks that have claws on two of their wing digits. Feeds on leaves. Ophisthocomus hoatzin.
Red Howler Monkey
Males range from 49–72 cm and females from 46–57 cm long. The males weigh 5.4-9 Kg, while females weigh 4.2–7 kg. It has a prehensile tail of 49–75 cm. The tail allows it to grab branches. The color of both is reddish-brown. They feed on leaves. Alouatta seniculus.
Jaguar
The jaguar is a wild cat species and the only extant member of the genus Panthera native to the Americas. It is listed as Threatened on the IUCN; and its numbers are declining. Threats include loss and fragmentation of habitat. The jaguar is the biggest cat species in South America. Panthera onca,

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