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Learn about rainforest layers & the animals that live in the forest floor, understory, canopy & emergent layers. You’ll find out what the different layers of the rainforest are, and meet the animals and plants found in each of them. This page is part of our Rainforest Series. With photos of the layers of a rainforest. Rainforest Layers: The layers of a rainforest, from the highest to the lowest, are: Emergent layer (the tops of the highest trees). Canopy layer (the branches and leaves of most of the rainforest’s trees. This is the layer in which the largest number of rainforest species are found).
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The Rainforest Alliance works hard to protect rainforests and the biodiversity within them through the sustainable management of tropical forests . One of the most brightly colored animals on the planet, the poison dart frog uses its color to warn predators of the toxic venom the lies within its skin.
The Rainforest Alliance works hard to protect rainforests and the biodiversity within them through the sustainable management of tropical forests, restoring degraded land surrounding forests, and protecting rivers and streams. Here are 11 amazing rainforest species we are helping to protect with our innovative approach to conservation: 1. Mountain Gorilla. Indigenous cultures often use this frog’s poison to coat the tip of blow darts used for hunting. Poison dart frog (Dendrobates; Epibpedobate; Phyllobates).