The forests and jungles of Planet Earth support some of the most complex communities of animal life. Forest animals range from jaguars to owls, wolves to woodpeckers.
The iconic predator of the American North. Wolf populations have sprung back in recent years after decades of decline.
The largest feline in the Americas, the jaguar once ranges into the Southern US. Now its range is from Mexico to Peru.
The various subspecies are known by different names and vary greatly in their size and habits.
The forests of the Southern US are home to many species of woodpecker, including the red-cockaded.
Also known as the Lapland owl, this forest giant ranges across the northern hemisphere.
A fierce predator in its own right, the pine marten must avoid the hungry eyes of the great grey owl.