Image: The RSPB
Tropical rainforests are amazing. A whopping 6 million species live in them, including three-quarters of the world's most endangered birds and 90 per cent of the world's creepy-crawlies.
Rainforests are good for people, too. They provide food, water and medicines and help in the fight against climate change.
But tropical rainforests are in trouble. Every four seconds, an area the size of a football pitch is chopped down. Some people want to cut down the trees to use their wood. Or the land can be cleared to use for growing money-making crops or so that cattle can graze.
We're working around the world to help save rainforests. You can help by supporting the RSPB.
Here are some rainforest animal activities to make and do. Have fun!
Chimp door hanger
Get a cheeky chimpanzee to tell people to stay out of or come into your room.
Date: 21 October 2013
Funky gibbon door hanger
Gibbons will help you keep people out of your room or invite them in - the choice is yours.
This friendly little hippo will keep your money safe until it's time to spend it.
This helpful elephant (made from an empty plastic milk bottle) will keep your pens safe.
Nobody will guess it's you behind this fabulous elephant mask.
Owl feeding game
Can you help your rufous fishing owl catch a fish? Great for a competition with a friend.
Sleepy and wide-awake rufous fishing owl
Choose whether your owl is feeling wide-awake, sleepy, or somewhere inbetween.
Can you make your pitta (a bird, not a bread) snap just like the real thing snaps up insects?