Plenty of water, warmth and light provide perfect conditions for life to survive, which make the jungle the most diverse habitat on Earth. But the rainforest is no Eden. As rains become increasingly unpredictable, only the most resilient species will triumph. This include the fiercest jungle species both obvious and unassuming, including jaguars, caimans, gibbons, orangutans, spectral tarsiers, hummingbirds and even parasites. Survival of the fittest amid this crowded and competitive world has never been more apparent.