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A tiriba-de-testa-vermelha, Pyrrhura frontalis

A tiriba-de-testa-vermelha, Pyrrhura frontalis

Mata Atlântica foi reduzida a 12% de seu tamanho original | Boas Escolhas

Mata Atlântica foi reduzida a 12% de seu tamanho original | Boas Escolhas

SCIENTIFIC NAME: Cotinga maculata POPULATION: 250-999 adults IUCN STATUS: Endangered TREND: Decreasing HABITAT: Humid, lowland Atlantic forest of Brazil

SCIENTIFIC NAME: Cotinga maculata POPULATION: 250-999 adults IUCN STATUS: Endangered TREND: Decreasing HABITAT: Humid, lowland Atlantic forest of Brazil

Mata Atlantica - Brazil's Atlantic Forest

Mata Atlantica - Brazil's Atlantic Forest

Sooo beautiful

Sooo beautiful

Casa levantada no nível das árvores interage com a vida na Mata Atlântica - Casa e Decoração - UOL Mulher

Casa levantada no nível das árvores interage com a vida na Mata Atlântica

Casa levantada no nível das árvores interage com a vida na Mata Atlântica - Casa e Decoração - UOL Mulher

Often confused with the closely related ocelot, Leopardus pardalis, the margay can be distinguished by its smaller size, more slender build, proportionately large eyes, and the longer tail, which, unlike in the ocelot, is longer than the hindleg. The margay can also be difficult to distinguish from the oncilla, or little spotted cat (Leopardus tigrinus), from which it differs by its slightly larger size, its larger, less solid spots, and the backward-growing fur on the neck.

Often confused with the closely related ocelot, Leopardus pardalis, the margay can be distinguished by its smaller size, more slender build, proportionately large eyes, and the longer tail, which, unlike in the ocelot, is longer than the hindleg. The margay can also be difficult to distinguish from the oncilla, or little spotted cat (Leopardus tigrinus), from which it differs by its slightly larger size, its larger, less solid spots, and the backward-growing fur on the neck.

A good-natured bird - 'Saíra-amarela' (in Portuguese), scientifically called Tangara cayana

A good-natured bird - 'Saíra-amarela' (in Portuguese), scientifically called Tangara cayana

Death is in the air - Here, a hawk that is known in Brazil as 'Gavião-pega-macaco' (Spizaetus tyrannus)

Death is in the air - Here, a hawk that is known in Brazil as 'Gavião-pega-macaco' (Spizaetus tyrannus)

cobra-cipó (snake-vine) - Chironius bicarinatus - Mata Atlântica - Brazil.

cobra-cipó (snake-vine) - Chironius bicarinatus - Mata Atlântica - Brazil.

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