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The range of the California Rainforest.

The California Rainforest is a vast tropical rainforest located from Northern California all the way to Southern California. It is one of the world's largest rainforests, along with the Amazon Rainforest of Brazil, South America. It is home to almost as much species as there were many species in the Amazon Rainforest during the Late Pleistocene. Despite being mostly rainforest, there are few cities and other man-made residence in California including San Diego, Los Angeles, Aneihem, Fontana, Vallejo, Valencia, Carlsbad, Oceanside, Long Beach, Montery Bay, Oakland, San Fransisco, Folsom, Sacremento, Oroville, Chico, Gridley, Biggs, Linda, Olivehurst, Live Oak, Plumas Lake, Wheatland, Brownsville, Beale Air Force Base, Yuba City, and Marysville, where, even in these places, wildlife of all kinds are protected.

Environment

Animals (examples)

Mammals

  • American platypus (It is descended from a group that was the ancestor of both Australian platypus and the American platypus. Other than living in California and being a completely different species from the Australian platypus, it is part of the same genus and is very similar)
  • Northern three-banded armadillo (It is a subspecies of southern three-banded armadillo that had migrated to North America during the last Ice Age, and is now a native species to California)
  • California pink fairy armadillo (It is a subspecies of pink fairy armadillo that evolved from the same ancestors as the South American pink fairy armadillo, but California pink fairy armadillos are native to California)
  • California manatee (It is a subspecies of West Indian manatee that is native to much of the rivers and lakes of California)
  • Northern river dolphin (It is a subspecies of Amazon river dolphin that evolved from the same ancestors as other Amazon river dolphins, but they had spread into North America and into California, where they still live on)
  • California tapir (This species of tapir survived due to more lush rainforests for it to flourish in, allowing its further survival into modern times)
  • Stout llama (This species of camelid survived due to more lush rainforests for it to flourish in, allowing its further survival into modern times)
  • California pronghorn (It is the only surviving member of the genus, Tetrameryx, and its ancestors had adapted to California's rainforests)
  • Inland sea lion (It is a subspecies of California sea lion that has adapted to freshwater, unlike most other subspecies of California sea lions)
  • California inland seal (It is a subspecies of harbor seal that has adapted completely to life in the freshwater, unlike most other subspecies of harbor seals)
  • American raccoon dog (It is a species of raccoon dog that is native to North America, having evolved from Pliocene raccoon dogs that had spread into North America from Siberia through a land bridge)
  • Dhole (It is the last remaining group of native American dhole populations that existed since the last Ice Age)
  • California gray wolf (It is a subspecies of gray wolf that is native to much of California, including rainforests)
  • Jungle pika (It is a subspecies of American pika that is native to the California rainforests)

Birds

Reptiles

Amphibians

Fish

Invertebrates