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Below, here are some of the most sighted species during the film ...
The wood quail Guyana
The wood quail Guyana is a small bird like a hen that is found only in South America. These birds belonging to the family of quail live in small groups whose habitat is now threatened due to deforestation.
The sloth is an arboreal mammal vegetarian eating leaves and plants living in the forests of South America. His name is justified by its very sedentary lifestyle and lonely, which boils down to eat, sleep, and reproduce, all in the heart of extremely rare move. They are so few assets of many insects will establish home through their hair ... This animal can live on average 30 to 40 years!
The Great Anaconda
The Anaconda is a kind of non-venomous constrictor snake that is found mainly in lakes and swamps of South America - where it can move with ease while being perfectly camouflaged in its element. Predator par excellence, no animal can match the strength of its rings. Up to nearly 9 meters long, they can live a dozen years in the wild.
The Emperor Tamarin
The Emperor Tamarin is a small primate that is easily recognized by its white mustache. If nourishing fruits, insects and plants, it is very active and lives in trees of the Amazon rainforest. It can live ten years in the wild.
The capybara is the largest rodent terrestrial living on Earth today. Essentially herbivore is an animal that lives in groups of several individuals and found only in South America. Quite surprising it may be, it is an excellent swimmer. He saw about a dozen years.
The giant anteater or anteater, is an insectivorous mammal medium. He is able to swallow more than 30,000 ants and termites daily with his long nimble tongue - which incidentally measure 60 cm! The anteater can live about 14 years.
The rhea is a bird species living in South America, cousin of the ostrich. But also unable to fly very fast, it can make great strides to escape predators. To do this, it has the characteristic to move in zigzags!
Le Dauphin Amazon
Le Dauphin Amazon, also called the Boto dolphin is a mammal of the strange and unusual look that vary in color from gray to pink. Living in freshwater rivers, it moves in small, well-knit groups. Some can live up to thirty years!
The jaguar is a large carnivorous feline living in the tropical regions of Central America and South America. Her dress can be black or standard (gold with black and brown rosettes). On the massive and elegant appearance, it is still great in the art of camouflage. Threatened by habitat destruction and for its fur, it is now among the endangered species. It usually lives between 10 and 20 years ...
The Spectacled Caiman
Member of the crocodilian family include the spectacled caiman everywhere across the lakes and rivers of tropical South America. Can live in both fresh or salt water crocodile is that the most commonly found in these regions. It can live up to 60 years in their natural habitat!
The dendrobatidaes is a subfamily of amphibians. Frogs belonging to this family are known for their extraordinary palette of colors and their skin secretes a dangerous toxin. There are about 135 species of dendrobatidaes, including 55 that are toxic.