Monday, December 11, 2017
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Curragh Wildlife Park
Amazon Rainforest

The vast river which runs through the Amazon forms a large complex of creeks, lakes, flooded wetlands and forests. Fish swim through sunken tree roots, while monkeys play the branches high above. The wildlife park contains offers its wetlands as home to a large collection of amazing animals from the Amazon.



Animal Tracks

Current Animals
  • Red-handed Tamarins
  • Spider Monkey
  • Squirrel Monkey
  • Agouti
  • Ring-tailed Coati
  • Capybara
  • Spectacled Owls
  • Green-winged and Scarlet Macaw
  • Blue-fronted Amazon Parrot
  • Scarlet Ibis
  • King Vultures
  • Waterfoul




Scarlet Ibis in the Amazon Rainforest at the Curraghs Wildlife Park

Green-winged and Scarlet Macaw in the Amazon Rainforest at the Curraghs Wildlife Park

King Vultures in the Amazon Rainforest at the Curraghs Wildlife Park

Ring-tailed Coati in the Amazon Rainforest at the Curraghs Wildlife Park

Red-handed Tamarins in the Amazon Rainforest at the Curraghs Wildlife Park

Capybaras in the Amazon Rainforst at the Curraghs Wildlife Park

Blue Fronted Amazon Parrot in the Amazon Rainforest at the Curraghs Wildlife Park

Scarlet Macaw in the Amazon Rainforst at the Curraghs Wildlife Park

Spyder Monkeys in the Amazon Rainforst at the Curraghs Wildlife Park

Squirrel Monkey in the Amazon Rainforst at the Curraghs Wildlife Park

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