What are understory layer animals?


Understory layer animals are animals that live in the part of a rainforest that is under the leaves, but also above the ground. Animals that live in the understory layer include red eye tree frogs, birds, snakes, jaguars, bees and wolves.
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The types of animals that live in the understory layer of a rainforest depend on which rainforest you're referring to. In the Amazon, the understory has pigs, jaguars, and a large
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Snakes, frogs, parakeets, leopards or jaguars and the largest concentration of insects in the world all live in the understory. http://nhs.needham.k12.ma.us/cur/environ…. Many
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