Panama Rainforest


Panama rainforest is the largest rainforest on American continents after Amazon.


This pristine forest, almost impenetrable jungle in places, is the remaining third of the original Panaman rainforests, and is now considered threatened.




It contains mammals like armadillos, anteaters, sloths, deer, tapirs and jaguars.
There are also 93 frog and 650 bird species.

Green Iguana, Borro Colorado Island, Panama
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Chagres National Park which covers 129,000 hectares is home to 1185 species of plants, 130 of which are endemic.



There are white tail deers, spider monkeys, tapirs and jaguars in the humid tropical rainforests that cover a rugged country with volcano hills. Birds include toucans, woodpeckers and harpy eagles. And the waterways contain babillos and crocodiles.


Keel Billed Toucan with a Cicada, Borro Colorado Island, Panama
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Choco Darien rainforest, along the Pacific coast in south-eastern Panama, contains 10,000 plant species, tamarins, spider monkeys, pumas, ocelots, jaguars, and many endemic birds, amphibins and reptiles.



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