King vultures, large and majestic, are white with colorful plumage, red-orange wattles, and powerful beaks and talons.
Electric eels are fierce predators, capable of delivering a powerful electric shock of 600 volts, endangering both prey and humans.
Poison dart frogs showcase vibrant colors as a warning of their toxicity, capturing prey with their sticky tongues in rainforests.
The Jesus Christ lizard, found in rainforests, can run on water; it feeds on insects, flowers, and small vertebrates.
Leopards are solitary and adaptable predators, hunting during the day and preying on small to medium-sized animals.
Howler monkeys are large New World monkeys known for their loud wails. They live in groups with dominant males and multiple females.
The jaguar is the largest cat in South America, known for its powerful build and hunting abilities.
The hoatzin is a unique Amazon bird resembling a chicken with multiple stomachs, known as the "Flying Cow."