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Breeding- Breeding starts during dry seasons, 14 weeks of mating, the female will dog a nest in the sand bank and lay her eggs. After 3 months, they will hatch and call out to their mother. She will them dig them out and carry them into water and she will defend until they are a year old.

Breeding- Mating season start from Nov. – April. They then create a den so they cubs can be safe for 8 weeks. They usually give birth to 5 cubs. The mother feeds them milk for 2 months then they are introduced to meat. They depend on their mother for 18 months until they start learning to hunt.

Breeding- Gestation period is sixteen months. The females are sexual mature at 3-4 years and the males are slightly later than females. Their reproduction of species is relatively slow. Because it is relatively slow, the female give birth to a single calf ever 4-5 years. Their lifespan is 35-40 years.

Breeding- For the pygmy three-toed sloth, research is not enough to be known for reproduction. Although, mating is during Aug- Oct. on dry seasons and early wet seasons. Birth occurs on Feb- April. Then the infant is born after gestation period of 6 months. Their average number of offspring is 1.

Breeding- These giant otters live in family groups. There are several breeding season for them as well. Once they mate, the femals makes a den burrowing into the banks or under the fallen logs. They give birth ashore instead. She retreats to the underground den and delivers the litters to 1-6 young. The young remains in the den for 1 month then they are ready to come out because they grow rapidly.

Breeding- After a gestation of 225 days, they give birth to a single young. They cling to their mothers belly for the first four months of thier life. The brown spider monkey’s reproduction is also slow. They give birth to a single offspring only once ever three to four years.

Food Plan- The elegant frog prefers to eat ants and smaller insects that they can hunt among the leaf litter of the forest floor. Although, it is somewhat unknown about the rest of their diet. Therefore, in our park, we will maintain them with a certain small amount of critters so we can study what they like the most and use that as their food source.

Breeding- Males are more likely to call after or during heavy rainfall. Unlike typical frogs, they breed on land and their eggs do not hatch into tadpoles. Instead, their eggs directly, hatch out as tiny froglets. The eggs are transparent and are laid in a string under rocks or logs in moist soil. A female elegant frog can lay up to 17 eggs as the male guards the eggs until hatched.

Food plan- These Lear Macaws mostly eat nuts from Lytocaryum weddellianum, which is a palm tree. They also eat different fruits, flowers, and variety, of seed from varieties of plants. However, their main food source is nuts from he palm tree as I mentioned above. So, our park will include these varieties of foods so that they have enough for their selves. These birds can eat as many as 350 nuts a day. So with that being said, w will have surplus amount of nuts

Breeding- Mating season starts in Dec. to May. They raise children during rainy seasons because nuts from the palm trees are most abundant. This makes the tree life sustaining fro them. They lay one or two eggs per year. Juveniles reach sexual maturity around 2-4 years of age. They also make their net with their saliva in sandstone cliffs. Full transcript