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Emergent 100 What kind of eagle lives in this level? Harpy
Emergent 200 What is the name of the parrots that live here? Macaws
Emergent 300 What colors are the parrots that live here? Yellow and Blue
Emergent 400 How tall do the trees in this level grow? 300 feet
Emergent 500 What are the roots called that grow above ground? Buttress Roots
Canopy 100 What do the trees on this floor do? Keep rain and sun off other floors
Canopy 200 Which animal has sticky fingers and toes? Red-Eyed Tree Frog
Canopy 300 How many different types of hummingbirds live in this level? Over 200
Canopy 400 What type of plant traps bugs inside it? Pitcher Plant
Canopy 500 What type of plant squeezes other plants? Strangler Fig
Understory 100 What can not get through this layer? Sun
Understory 200 What kind of monkey lives in this level? Spider Monkey
Understory 300 What types of plants make it hard to see? Vines and Ferns
Understory 400 What type of cat lives in this level? Wild Ocelot
Understory 500 What word means to blend in so its hard to find? Camouflage
First Floor 100 What do you first see when you look at this level? Dark
First Floor 200 What is there a lot of on this level? Leaf litter, dead plants, rot
First Floor 300 Name two types of animals that live on this level Jaguars and Snakes
First Floor 400 What other species lives on this level? People
First Floor 500 What is happening to the rainforest? Trees are getting cut down
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