Eva's Animal Protection Program
Chimpanzees, Harpy Eagle, Bengal Tiger, Poison Dart Frogs
The Harpy Eagle can be found in and near the rainforests of Central and South America. The habitat of the harpy is large areas of the rainforest. Due to the destruction of the rainforest the Harpy Eagle is highly endangered. Indians live in central and South America and the harpy eagles is one of many food sources they can kill and eat the eagle.
The Bengal Tiger lives in the Sundarban regions of India, Bangladesh, China, Siberia and Indonesia, and is extremely endangered. Dry and wet deciduous forests, grassland and temperate forests, mangrove forests. The current population of wild Bengal tigers in the Indian subcontinent is now estimated to be around 1300 – 1500, which is less than half of the previous estimation of 3000 - 4500 tigers. Bengal tigers are in danger of extinction due to over-hunting by poachers.
Poison Dart Frogs
Poison Dart Frogs are located in South America and some parts of Central America. The habitat of the poison dart frog is near marshes, streams and rivers. The threat to poison dart frogs is the logging and clearing of the rainforests. Deforestation destroys their habitat, and leaves a terrain that provides no place or food for them.