|You might also like:||Rainforest Glossary - V: Zoom Rainforests||Rainforest Glossary - N: Zoom Rainforests||Rainforest Glossary - Q: Zoom Rainforests||Rainforest Glossary - D: Zoom Rainforests||Rainforest Glossary - F: Zoom Rainforests||Today's featured page: Explorers of Mexico|
All About Rainforests!
|Introduction to Rainforests||Layers or Strata||Where are Rainforests?||Animals of the Rainforest||Rainforest Glossary||Printables, Worksheets, and Activities|
The Wanano (also called Guanano or Uanano) are an indigeneous (native) rainforest people who live in the middle rainforest Blackwater Uaupes (Vaupés) River Basin of Brazil and Colombia; they are part of the Tukanoan family of indigeneous peoples of the northwest Amazon rainforest. The language the Wanano speak is also called Uanano or Guanano.
Warm blooded (or endothermic) animals generate their own body heat to maintain their body temperature. Birds and mammals are endothermic.
The Water Cycle (also known as the hydrologic cycle) is the journey water takes as it circulates from the Earth's surface to the sky and back again.
The White-Tailed Deer is a shy, fast-moving plant-eater.
WOOD NYMPH BUTTERFLY
The wood nymph butterfly, also called the rice paper butterfly, paper kite butterfly, or tree nymph (Idea leuconoe) is a distinctive black and white butterfly. The wingspan is 95 to 110 cm across. The chrysalis is yellow with black markings. It is from Southeast Asia. Classification: superfamily Papilionigiae, family Nymphalidae, subfamily Danainae, Genus Idea, Species I. Leuconoe.
A woollybear is the hairy caterpillar of any of the tiger moths (family Arctiidae).
Over 35,000 Web Pages
Sample Pages for Prospective Subscribers, or click below
Overview of Site|
Enchanted Learning Home
Monthly Activity Calendar
Books to Print
Parts of Speech
The Test of Time
TapQuiz Maps - free iPhone Geography Game
Biology Label Printouts
Physical Sciences: K-12
Art and Artists
Label Me! Printouts
|Search the Enchanted Learning website for:|