King Vulture, found from Mexico to Argentina, a big, white bird with colorful plumes around head and neck. Uses keen vision and powerful grip to dominate other vultures.
With a 600 volt shock, electric eels are dangerous predators. They prefer freshwater, where they can get up to 8 feet long. South America is where they live.
Little and colorful, use their color to alert predators of their toxicity. Inhabit tropical jungles in Central and South America and consume numerous bugs.
Can climb, swim, and run on water. It consumes small animals, flowers, and insects. Found in Central and South America, near bodies of water.
Can be found in the woods of South and Central America. Males have larger hyoids and reside in groups. Teenagers of both sexes leave their birth communities.
Distinguished by their brilliant blue wings, widespread throughout South and Central America. Have brown eyespots on the underside to help them blend in.
The largest rodents in the world that live in South America. Herbivores that eat grasses and water plants and live in groups of 10 to 20.
In Central and South America, toucans are crow-sized birds with distinctively large, multicolored beaks. They eat and cool themselves using their beaks.
Freshwater fish from South America with pointed teeth. Omnivores and hardly ever attack people, despite their reputation as vicious predators.
A slow-moving, upside-down hanging, low-metabolism species found in South and Central American rainforests. Its fur contains algae to help them blend in.