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1. The tropics are located near the _____________

8. Pandas like to eat _____________.

9. Pandas are an __________________ species.

10. Most of the rainforest species are ___________.

14. ____________ plantation.

15. The lowest level of the rainforest is the ___________.

18. Most rainforest life can be found in the __________ layer.

20. Plants that need warm temperatures are ______________.

22. ___________ beans are an important export of tropical regions.

24. There can be 60 species of this insect in one rainforest tree.

25. The Panama ___________ divides the American Tropics.

26. Scientists study rainforests in search of new _____________.

27. ____________ plants trap, drown, and digest insects for food.

2. The _______________ layer is home to small trees and shrubs.

3. A large _________ is sometimes seen hunting in Asian forests.

4. Tropical Rainforests contain at least half of all ________ on Earth.

5. The Emerald Boa is a species of ________ that lives in the forest.

6. __________ and Mango are two popular tropical fruit species.

7. The Giant Earth ______ lives in the lowest layer of the rainforest.

11. A _______ can fly at night to pollinate night blooming species.

12. ___________ extract comes from the seed pods of this orchid.

13. Tropical _______ such as the banana is a major rainforest product.

15. The Poison Dart ________ is a colorful resident of rainforest canopies.

16. Chocolate is made from the fruit of the _______ tree.

17. The rainforest is home to 3-toed Shoths and other ___________.

19. ____________ comes from a species of tropical palm.

21. Staghorn ______ are named for their antler-shaped leaves.

23. White _______ monkeys live among the branches of the canopy.

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