A baby Howler Monkey (Alouatta guariba) having fun in the sub-tropical rain forest. Mom was around to make sure the baby was OK.
Tropidurus Lizard (climbing lizard) is seen during walks at the falls area. This kind of lizard likes to enjoy the heat of the concrete paths.
A little green snack coming out of the bush. One must have an eagle eye to spot it. Its green coloring blends in with the surrounding vegetation.
My name is Field Flicker (Colaptes camprestris). I love to make little nests in soft trunks around the forest.
Hello! I´m Siriema from the Pantanal.
Philodendron is also part of the environment around the falls.
JulyDuring wintertime, when half of the trees are loosing their leaves, we see this wonderful tree full of flowers. Lapacho (Tabebuia ipe) is the flower symbol of Paraguay and also of the city of Iguassu Falls.
A River Otter (Lontra longicaudis) having a little fish on its way to Devil´s Throat.
The Tegu Lizard (Tupinambis merianae) is quite a common lizard to see during your walk at the falls. During the winter they go into hibernation.
Scaly-headed Parrot (Pionus maximiliani). The parrot was eating a branch of the ambay tree.
You can take this picture if you visit Iguassu!