Bengal Tiger - The Bengal Tiger is found in various places throughout Southeast Asia. Though their numbers have recovered somewhat, they are still an endangered species.
Capybara - Capybaras are the largest rodents in the world. They live in various parts of South and Central America, including the rainforests there.
Common Chimpanzee - These primates are found in the rainforests of western Africa. They are highly intelligent and one of the most recognizable of the primate family.
Jaguar - Jaguars are the largest cats in the Western Hemisphere. They are found in South America, and can hunt large rodents and even caiman.
Lar Gibbon - The lar gibbon is the most well known species in the gibbon family. They are found in Southeast Asia in countries such as Malaysia and Indonesia.
Ring-Tailed Lemur - These unique and fuzzy primates are only found on the island of Madagascar - a large island off of the eastern coast of Africa. Their diet consists of fruit and vegetation.
Siamang - The siamang is the largest species in the gibbon family. It is located in several countries in southeast Asia, but is losing its habitat to deforestation.
Sumatran Orangutan - As their name suggests, this large ape is located solely on the island of Sumatra, in Indonesia. They are critically endangered due to habitat loss and hunting.
Western Gorilla - The western gorilla is found in the mountainous rainforests of west-central Africa. They are critically endangered because of hunting and wars in the regions where they live.