A rare catbird is the top-selling item on Amazon, with sales worth $9.5 million, according to a new report.
The catbird, named Catbird, is one of a small number of endangered species found in the Amazon, and the only one with a unique and unmistakable appearance.
It’s also one of the most expensive animals in the world, with a price tag of more than $9 million, said the report from a group called the Catbird Foundation.
Catbird was purchased in 2006, after its owner was unable to find it elsewhere in Brazil.
It was only discovered in 2012, and its habitat was severely damaged by deforestation, the foundation said.
The Catbird was a gift to Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who gave it to the foundation for conservation.
It is the first time Amazonian animals have been the top seller, with all items in its catalog ranked as the most popular, the report said.
Amazon is known for its vast wildlife and rainforests, but many animals and plants are under threat from deforestation.
Amazon’s forests are also being cleared by companies like palm oil plantations and oil palm plantations, the World Wildlife Fund said in a report last year.
Amazon, with its vast reserves, is also home to a vast and lucrative illegal wildlife trade.
Amazonian elephants are illegally killed to sell meat and ivory in the United States, and illegal hunters kill wild cats in Southeast Asia, said Laura Cramer, director of the Center for the Study of Wildlife Conservation at George Mason University.