Take a walk on the wild side and explore the immense rainforest of Latin America. Here you’ll see the amazing dexterity of spider monkeys and the mysterious prowl of jaguars, the largest cats in the Americas.

Amazon Milk Frog

Amazon Milk Frog

Native to South America. Habitat includes tropical rainforest.

Black-Tailed Cribo

Black-Tailed Cribo

Native to Southwestern United States, Mexico, Central America, and northern South America. Habitat includes Southern Texas and southwards into Mexico as far as Veracruz.

Capybaras

Capybaras

Native to South America. Habitat includes tropical rainforest.

Coatis

Coatis

Native to North, Central and South America. Habitat includes tropical rainforest.

Cotton-Top Tamarins

Cotton-Top Tamarins

Native to Central and South America. Habitat includes tropical rainforest.

Emperor Tamarins

Emperor Tamarins

Native to South America. Habitat includes tropical rainforest.

Geoffroy's Marmosets

Geoffroy's Marmosets

Native to South America. Habitat includes tropical rainforest.

Golden lion tamarins

Golden lion tamarins

Native to South America. Habitat includes tropical rainforest.

Jaguars

Jaguars

Native to Central and South America. Habitat includes tropical rainforest.

Kinkajous

Kinkajous

Native to Central and South America. Habitat includes tropical rainforest.

Pied Tamarins

Pied Tamarins

Native to South America. Habitat includes tropical rainforest.

Prehensile Tailed Porcupine

Prehensile Tailed Porcupine

Native to Central and South America. Habitat includes forests.

Spider Monkeys

Spider Monkeys

Native to Central and Northern South America. Habitat includes tropical rainforest.