The white-lipped peccary (Tayassu pecari) is native to Central and South America.

The pale spear-nosed bat (Phyllostomus discolor) is native to Central and South America.

The Yucatan squirrel (Sciurus yucatanensis) is a tree squirrel that can be found in Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala.

The Guatemalan black howler (Alouatta pigra), also known as the Yucatan black howler, is a species of howler monkey that is native to Central America.

The northern tamandua (Tamandua Mexicana) is a small anteater that can be found from southern Mexico, throughout Central America, and to the edge of the Andes mountains.

The greater spear-nosed bat (Phyllostomus hastatus) is a member of the Phyllostomidae family that can be found in central and South America.

The wrinkle-faced bat (Centurio senex) is the only species known in the genus Centurio.

The white-nosed coati (Nasua narica) is a species of coati that is related to raccoons.

Sumichrast's vesper rat (Nyctomys sumichrasti) can be found in a range that extends from southern Mexico into Panama.

The tapeti (Sylvilagus brasiliensis) is a species of cottontail rabbit that can be found in Central and North America.

The pygmy fruit-eating bat (Artibeus phaeotis) is a species that is native to Central America.

The white-fronted capuchin (Cebus albifrons) is New World monkey that can be found in seven South American countries.

The Jamaican rice rat (Oryzomys antillarum) is an extinct species of rodent that was once found in Jamaica.

Geoffroy's tailless bat (Anoura geoffroyi) can be found in the American tropics, and is a species of New World leaf-nosed bats, or Phyllostomidae family.

The Hispaniolan hutia (Plagiodontia aedium) is a species of hutia, sometimes known as the zagouti or jutía in Spanish.

The Central American agouti (Dasyprocta punctate) is a species of rodent in the family Dasyproctidae.

The lowland paca (Cuniculus paca) is a rodent that can be found in tropical and sub-tropical areas of the Americas.

The Jamaican fruit bat (Artibeus jamaicensis), also known as the Mexican fruit bat or the common fruit bat, is native to South and Central America.

Parnell's mustached bat (Pteronotus parnellii) is native to North, South, and Central America.

Seba's short-tailed bat (Carollia perspicillata) is native to South and Central America, and it was one of the most widespread of bat species in that range.