Yet, despite these threats, some of the most enigmatic wildlife on the planet still exists in the Peruvian Upper Amazon Forest regions, known as the tropical Andes. Take for instance, the jaguar and harpy eagle, the two largest predators of their kinds. The harpy eagle is the largest predator of treetop fauna, whereas the jaguar is an apex predator using its extremely strong bit force to pierce through the skull of its prey, which it finds on land, in rivers, and also by climbing trees—hunting both at night and during the day. If the regal predators are not your thing, search for the endemic amphibians, as there are frog species which live only in isolated pockets of the landscape and are found nowhere else on Earth. Or seek the obscure—the giant armadillos, jaguarundis, tayras, bush dogs, lowland tapirs, and night monkeys.