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biome

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The World's Biomes By:Jonathan Zheng and Bryan Wade Biomes Featured Taiga
Tropical Rain Forest
Chaparral
Savannah Taiga 1.Biome's place on Earth
Where is it (geographical distribution)?
What are its abiotic factors?
What are the native plants and their adaptations to live there?
What are the native animals and their adaptations to live their? 2.Attractions/Tour Packages
Advertise your biomes's recreational activities.
Publicize points of interest.
Suggest other biomes nearby for side trips. 3.Weather report (used to aid tourists in packing their gear)
What is the average precipitation?
What is the average temperature?
Suggest supplies/gear that tourists should bring to make their trip more enjoyable. 4. Warnings
What are some threats to this biome?
Are there any endangered species? 5 Analysis/ evaluation
Why is this biome globally important It is north of the equator in the polor zone.It's abiotic factors are average tempreature -10 to 15 degrees C (14 to 59 degrees F), average yearly precipitation 40 to 61 cm, and soil characteristics is acidic. It's native plants are evergreen needle-leaved trees, such as pine, spruce,and fir trees.The needles and flexible branches allow these trees to shed heavy snow before getting damaged.The animals include moose,bears, and rabbits. The taiga is a great place to go if you are looking for trees.There are many activities to do. You can bungee jump, swing from trees, and tour the wild.The closest biome is the tundra. The average precipitation is is 40 to 61 cm.The average temperature is 14 to 59 degrees F Deforestation is happening in the area. Some animals are endangered such as whooping bird, peregrine falcon, bald eagle, beaver, amur, and siberian tiger This biome is important because it produces lots of the earth's oxygen. Tropical Rain Forest 1.Biome's place on earth
Where is it (geographical distribution)
What are its abiotic factor?
What are the native plants and their adaptations to live there?
What are the native animals and their adaptations to live there? 2.Attractions/Tour packages
Advertise your biome's recreational activities.
Publicize your points of interest.
Suggest other biomes nearby for side trips. 3.Weather report (used to aid tourists in packing their gear)
What is the average precipitation?
What is the average temperature?
Suggest supplies/gear that tourists should bring to make their trip more enjoyable. 4.Warnings
What are some threats to this biome?
Are there any endangered species? 5.Analysis/evaluation
Why is this biome globally important? It is in the tropical zone.Directly over the equator.The average temperature is 77 to 82 degrees F. The average precipitation is 200 cm or more. It's soil characteristics is thin and nutrient poor.The animals you can find in the tropical forest If you stay at a rain forest, there is a lot you can do.You can look at animals,climb trees,and swim.The best thing to do is watch rare occasions. Deforestation is ruining the biome.The endangered animals are toucans,parrots,goldem lion tamarind monkey, and may others. This biome is important because it holds two thirds of the earth's animals and half of the worlds plants. Chaparral The chaparral is north and south of the equator.The soil characteristics is rocky, and nutrient-poor soil.The average precipitation is 48 to 56 cm.The average temperature is 51 to 78 degrees F Visit the chaparral biome and have a fun vacation.You can learn and look at things.You should go to the grassland biome. The average precipitation is 48 to 56 cm.The average temperature is 51 to 78 degrees F.You should bring tennis shoes and clothes to play in dirt. Some plants in the area need fire to grow, but the fire may get out of hand or there may not be fire at all so the plants may not grow. The biome is important because plants in this area have waxy leaves to help water loss in dry conditions. Savanna The savanna is in the tropical zone.The temperature is 80 to 90 degrees F. The precipitation is 100 cm.the soil characteristics is generally nutrient poor.The native animals in this biome are giraffes,lions,crocodiles,and elephants.Plants that are native to this biome are grasses,trees,and thorny shrubs. You can do lots of fun things in the savanna,for example you can ride lions, wrestle crocodiles,and climb giraffes. The average precipitation is 100 cm.The average temperature is 80 to 90 degrees F.You should bring a gun to shoot the animals that try to eat you. Some threats to this biome are crocodiles going extict. This biome is globally important because it is unique.
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