Brazilian Amazon Macaw


Tijuca National Park - Brazil

Rio’s 15-square-mile national park is the world's largest urban forest, with its thick vegetation practically part of the city. Animals and plants include orchids and bromeliads, eucalyptus, jacaranda and jackfruit trees, monkeys, birds, ocelots, reptiles, and butterflies. Guided walks and trails also reveal waterfalls, and viewpoints overlooking the city.