South America

Surinam Toad 

Surinam Toad

Amazon region in South America, Peru, Guyana, Surinam, Brazil. Neotropics, in oxygen-deficient, muddy, turbid, even polluted water. Live on the bottom and surface for air.
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Green And Black Poison Dart Frog

This frog is native to the lowland forests of Columbia, Costa Rica, Panama, and Nicaragua. They have been introduced to areas of Hawaii such as Manoa Valley.
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Blue Crowned Motmot

Blue Crowned Motmots are native to Central and South America. They range from northeaster Mexico down to northwestern Peru, Paraguay, Bolivia, Trinidad, and Argentina. They are an adaptable species that exists it many different habitats.
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Grey-Winged Trumpeter

Trumpeters make up a small family of birds all making their homes in the humid forests of South America.
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Hawk Headed Parrot

The natural distribution of the hawk-head is in South America, the Guianas, Venezuela, Columbia, Peru, Brazil and Ecuador. Deroptyus a. accipitrinus is common in American aviculture, because they are being imported from South America.
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Laughing Gull

Laughing gulls live mainly on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts of the United States, ranging from Maine down through Florida and Texas.
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Linne’s Two-Toed Sloth

Sloths are found in Central and South America in the rain forest canopy. The Linne’s two-toed sloth is found in such countries as Nicaragua, Columbia, Venezuela, Surinam, Guyana, French Guiana, North Central Brazil, and Northern Peru.
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Matamata Turtle

This species inhabits stagnant pools in Brazil and the Guianas and also in parts of the Amazon River and in Trinidad.
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Roseate Spoonbill

Of the six species of spoonbills only the Roseate Spoonbill lives in the Western Hemisphere. However, they all inhabit the warmer portions of the world. Roseate Spoonbills range from the Gulf coast of the United States southward to Argentina including the Bahamas, Caribbean, West Indies, and Cuba.
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Sun Conure

The flight call is a shrill disyllabic screech, repeated a number of times in rapid succession. They are also known to have a thin, high pitched wheezy note, and while perched they may emit typical chuckling sounds.
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