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The deciduous forest Biome
Transcript of The deciduous forest Biome
By Sara And Wallace
One of the deciduous forests animals
The fox is one of the deciduous forests predators. it normally hunts rodents and other small animals, however foxes are omnivores. If the opportunity presents itself the fox will even eat a house cat.
Sun light hitting the soil of the forest
The bald eagle is one of the big predators in the deciduous forest because of its keen eye sight and sharp talons.
A graph to show the inches of rainfall per year of the major biomes, purple is the deciduous forest
In the spring these trees get their new bright leaves to catch the sunlight. This is called photosynthesis.
These are trees on the side of a road that still have their green leaves
This is a landscape of hills behind a field with a few deciduous trees in the middle.
More forest animals
The Grizzly, a white tailed deer and Black bear
These deciduous forest trees are the perfect habitat for a fox because of the water supply and the cover from the trees.
These are deciduous forest trees in the fall
This is a raccoon. This scavenger benefits from the forest. Trees provide cover, abundant food sources such as small animals, nuts and berries
These are the temperatures during each moth in Celsius
Heres the forest on a mid summer morning
when the trees have all their leaves.
In the fall when the leaves of the deciduous forest dry out and get ready to fall, they turn from green to orange, red, and brown.
Although the grey wolf seems to be big
and scary in some peoples eyes, they are actually half the size of black wolves.
This is a map of the world. The dark green spots are the spots where you can find a deciduous forest.
These are bobcat kittens. They are carnivores. Bobcats live in rock shelters, hollow logs, fallen trees, or somewhere it can be protected.
This is a graph to show the average precipitation for the Deciduous forest in MM. per year.
Credit to: Corbis.com, google images,Dreamstime.com, and arkive.org.