Striking mountain ranges, salt plains, wetlands, bustling cityscapes, sandy beaches, glaciers, valleys, lakes, rivers, waterfalls and rainforest all contribute to Argentina’s noteworthy biodiversity. Common types of tree growing in Argentinian forests are the pine, cedar, carob, cypress and eucalyptus. Alpacas, llamas, boars, anteaters, jaguars, cougars, monkeys, bears, deer, sloths and chinchillas have all made their home in this country. In the South Atlantic Ocean, whales, dolphins, sea lions, sharks, barracudas, pikes and catfish are among the aquatic life. Feathered friends residing in Argentina include owls, hummingbirds, flamingos, condors, penguins, eagles, pelicans and herons. As for reptiles, frogs, lizards, rattlesnakes and other snake varieties can all live in Argentina too.