- You Know What
Kinkajou have a long tongue, around 13 cm, which helps them lick nectar from flowers. They are the important pollinators. Their tail is called a prehensile tail (a gripping tail) and can hang upside down by the tip of their tail alone.
- Our Earth Say
Rainforests regulate climate, absorb carbon dioxide and are integral to the water cycle. To conserve the forests, we should reuse and recycle paper to reduce tree-cutting activities in rainforests.
Rainforest | The Summit
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From the highest to lowest point of the journey: 3.2 metres
Length: 380 metres
Board Raft Seat: 9 seats
Height: 120cm (47")
A child whose height is 120cm (47") or above must be accompanied by an adult
Water is the source of life in the rainforest. As you strap yourself into the raft, a booming voice warns you of the dangerous Rapids ahead, and the adventurers who never make it back! This exciting interactive river ride takes you on a fun exploration of the rainforest! You’ll experience darkened zones, blinding sunlight and varying terrain! Through it all, catch glimpses of capybaras through the trees. But watch out! With the possibility of sudden water gun attacks from overhanging suspension bridges, you’ll be trying hard to watch your back as the waves throw you from side to side!
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