The Capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris), can be found in various regions of South America and in Panama. The Capybara is the largest living rodent in the world. The Capybara is related to agouti, chinchillas, coyphillas (a large, herbivorous, semi aquatic rodent) and guinea pigs.
The green anaconda can be found in northern South America, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, northeast Peru, northern Bolivia, Guyana and Trinidad. Because of its large size, the green anaconda is cumbersome on land but stealthy in water.
Praying Mantis Habitat. The Praying Mantis is found in many differing habitats. They are generally located in the warmer regions, particularly tropical and subtropical latitudes. Most species live in the tropical rainforest, although others can be found in deserts, grasslands and meadowlands.
Macaws are the largest parrots in the world -- the body of the scarlet macaw from beak to tail can be as long as 33 inches. This beautiful macaw has a creamy white, almost featherless face, with bright red plumage covering most of its body, wings and long tail.