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South America

TOCO TOUCAN 

Toco Toucan

Toucans are found in tropical and subtropical forests in South America;, mainly in Brazil, Paraguay Argentina, and Bolivia. There are about 40 different species of toucans.
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Yellow-Spotted Amazon Turtle

Yellow-spotted amazons are found in Northern South America, Venezuela and Surinam to northern Brazil; mainly in Amazon and Orinoco river drainages, in large rivers, backwaters, lagoons, and flooded forests.
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KING VULTURE 

King Vulture

The King vulture, also known as the American king vulture, is the most strikingly colored of the New World vultures.
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IGUANA 

Iguana

Females migrate en masse to egg-laying sites. Dig elaborate burrows with labyrinthine tunnels. Egg laying takes place in February or March. 25 to 40 eggs are buried 12 inches deep in moist sand or soil.
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CRESTED OROPENDOLA 

Crested Oropendola

Crested Oropendolas can be found in South America. Specifically, in the Amazon River Basin region or other tropical areas.
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ANDEAN COCK-OF-THE-ROCK 

Andean Cock-of-the-Rock

The Andean cock-of-the-rock is a large passerine bird of the cotinga family native to Andean cloud forests in South America. It is widely regarded as the national bird of Peru.
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