The largest animal in the rainforest is the African forest elephant. This forest dwelling elephant weighs approximately 2, 000 pounds and is found in the Congo Basin. More »

Animals in the rainforest have adapted to live in and around the lush vegetation of the region. Some of them have developed camouflage techniques while others have developed bright colors to ward off predators. More »

Animals live in the rainforest because it is the oldest ecosystem on Earth. Many of the world's rainforests have been around longer than 100 million years. More »

The animal with the largest lungs in the world is the blue whale. In total, its lungs have a combined capacity of over 1,300 gallons of air. More »

The African elephant is the animal with the largest teeth. An African elephant has two modified incisors, called tusks, and four molars. Each tusk measures up to 8 feet long and weighs up to 100 pounds or more. More »

The African elephant is the largest land animal. It is also the largest proboscid. African elephants can weigh 4 to 7 tons and can be 13 to 16 feet long. More »

The animal with the largest brain is the sperm whale. Its brain weighs approximately 17 pounds and can grow to be nearly 500 cubic inches. More »