About Animals in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico, a U.S. commonwealth, is a complex of six islands located 1,185 miles to the southeast of mainland Florida. Puerto Rico's size is 5,320 square miles, divided between 3,420 square miles of land and 1,900 square miles of water, and is home to...
The most recognizable and famous animal of Puerto Rico is probably the
common coquí, a small endemic frog, and one of the 86 species that constitute
Aug 15, 2010 ... Puerto Rico has a very varied geography — dry forest, rain forests, mountains
and flood plains. So you will find different sorts of animals in ...
Page about the animals in Puerto Rico, lists the different species grouped by
order in Puerto Rico.
One look at the headline photo and you'll realize this isn't Puerto Rico
... there are no lions in El Yunque! Native animals
tend to be on the smallish side (like the tiny tree frog, or coqui, Puerto Rico's
national mascot). From turtle-watching in Culebra to whale-wa... More »
Birds found nowhere else include the Puerto Rican Amazon (ARKive), the Puerto
Rican Screech Owl (Neotropical Birds), the Puerto Rican Woodpecker (Alfredo ...
Puerto Rican boas don't have venom, nor do they need it. After they've captured
their prey, they use their powerful muscles to squeeze the unlucky animal to ...
Many other animals hide in the branches and even under leaves on the ground.
... The Taíno Indians of Puerto Rico considered their mountain range sacred.
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Jun 10, 2013 ... Lots of lizards, Coqui frogs, birds and other inhabitants of Northeastern Puerto
What is a rain forest? In the case of El Yunque in Puerto Rico it is all about being
the first mountain to face the wind and catch all the rain.