There are approximately 10 million species of animals, plants and insects known to be in Amazon Rainforest.
The Amazon Rainforest is home to 427 mammals, 1300 birds, over 400 Amphibians and 378 reptiles.
There are approximately 10 million species of animals, plants and insects known to man and more than half of them call the rainforest home. There are approximately 3000 fruits that grow in the rainforest that are edible. Many plants around the forest have medicinal qualities.
The Amazon Rainforest, also known as the Amazonia or the Amazon Jungle, is the largest rainforest on earth and is home to 427 mammals (e.g. the jaguar, sloth, and river dolphin), 1,300 birds (like the macaw), 378 reptiles (e.g. anaconda or the Jesus lizard), and more than 400 amphibians (e.g. glass frog and poison dart)