Quiz: Which Jungle Predator Are You?
Which Jungle Predator Are You?
By: Ian Fortey
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About This Quiz

The Earth is covered in rainforests and jungle areas that are teeming with life. From the Amazon rainforest to Kinabalu National Park to Australia's Daintree, these huge wilderness areas are home to an amazing diversity of wildlife. While all jungles have their fair share of exotic birds and insects, it's the predators that seem to capture people's attention the most.  There aren't a lot of other places on Earth where you can find cats bigger than humans or snakes that can eat a whole deer.  When it comes to predators, jungles have some of the most striking creatures alive.

We all know that you can find a bear in the woods or a lion out on the savanna, but it's the combination of terrain and terror that makes a jungle predator so much more intense. A jungle is such close quarters, you can't even see through the tree cover. The air is hot and stifling, like the jungle itself is just one more predator you need to worry about. Everything works together to make a dangerous and incredible part of the world. If you find yourself fascinated not just by the jungle but the predators who live there, then this quiz is for you. Answer a few questions about yourself and find out which of the most dangerous creatures in the jungle you truly are. 

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