Habitat: Harpy eagles are found in tropical lowland forest from southeastern Mexico to northern Argentina and southern Brazil.
Diet. Harpy eagle feed primarily on animals that live the trees like sloth's, monkeys, opossums, and some reptiles and birds.
Their defense is the talons and the beak and their specialize body parts or the flight and the screeching scared of man. The Harpy Eagle can go up to 50 miles per hour.
Habitat: the habitat is the spider monkey lives in evergreen rainforest semi deciduous and mangrove forest almost never coming on the forest floor the spider monkey mostley lives in the upper canopy preferring undisturbed high forest.
Diet: Spider monkey eats on bananas, raisins, apples, oranges, carrots, monkey, chow dog chow lettuce and wheat bread.
The aye-aye lives primarily on the east coast of Madagascar. It’s natural habitat is rainforest or decidous forest, but many live in cultivated areas due to foresting. Diet: Insects in types of woods. Facts: The aye-aye are unusual sighted upwards of 700 meters altitude. Defense: It’s long finger to get food.
Habitat: They can be found in both dry and wet habitats. Diet: Frogs, small reptiles, and occasionally fish. Facts: They can range between 3 and 5 feet. Defense: It can produce an unpleasant odor and will bite for a final attempt to protect.
Greater spear-nosed bat Habitat: Canopy layer in rainforest. Roots in caves, trees hollows termite nests, and even animal burrows. Parts of the USA, central America, and the Carribean. Diet: Is nectar, insects and spiders. Facts: They help balance the rainforest food web by eating many insects. Defense: Fly away to avoid predators.