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Biomes of the World

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Ivory Patterson-Russian

on 31 January 2014

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Located in South America, mid western Africa, south Asia, and Australia
It is sort of like a grassland but with different features such as animals, plants, and weather.
Some types of soil there are; dry clays red or yellow topsoil and deep sand.
From May to November (wet season) it rains about 20 inches per month
It's temperature range goes from 86 degrees Fahrenheit to 68 degrees Fahrenheit
The climate is either extremely wet or extremely dry
5 plants are; elephant grass, wild melon, Bermuda grass, acacia thorn tree, and gum tree
5 animals are; emu, african elephant, grants zebra, lion, and black mamba
some abiotic factors to the ecosystem are; The sun the hot, dry, or hot, wet, climate, the wind the rainfall, and other weather
location: north of tropical cancer
soil type: rich nutrient that decays deep, and the soil provides food
climate is humid, winter can be cold there is alot of moisture in the air.
animals that live there are african elephants and prairie dogs and many more
plants that grow there in the grassland is buffalo grass, indian grass and many more.
some of the biotic factors are climates,elevations ,animals and many more
some of the a biotic factors of the grassland are ponds,high valley, fresh water, and storms.
The arctic fox
- central America, The Amazon
,Africa, Sothern Asia,
and Australia
the arctic fox is a small white fox in the winter but in the summer it is a small brown fox
-Tall dense jungle that rains alot. Because the trees are so
Soil Type
- Shallow and thin with not much nutrients
precipitation/ climate
- rain fall is about 250cm per year. The climate is
very hot and humid because of the rain
Temperature range
The lion has a loud roar to scare prey and a strong build to pounce on and chase prey.
- The temperature can get higher than 93 and drop below
The Lion
68 degrease farenheit
tall they all struggle for light
Plant species
-bannana, Rubber Tree, Teak, Orchids, Ipe, Cacao, Coffee, Cork
Oak, Xate< and Sugar Palm
Animal Species
- Jaguar, Sloth, Boa Constrictor
,Chimpanzee,Toco Toucan,Bengal Tiger
plant adaptations
-the plants need sunlight, water, and soil to survive in the rainforest
animal adaptations
- In the rainforest the animals have a certain habitat to live
in and hunt for food.
:Alaska, Northern Canada, Green Land, Russia
:low biotic diversity
- biotic means non living. The biotic plants need soil water and sunlight.
Soil type
:the soil is permafrost froze cold ice
The Prairie Dog
- The abiotic plants and animals depend on the biotic
plants to give them food. Some of the animals are
carnivores and eat each-other
all of these animals live in the rainforest
: 6 to 10 inches to rain a year
:average 30 degreese F
:Extremely cold snowy weather
They are burrowing rodents native to the grassland of north America.
some of the species of prairie dogs are black tailed, white tailed, Gunnisons Uath and mexican prairie dog.
type here...
<img src="http://www.ecorazzi.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/rubber-tree.jpg" alt="Rubber trees are grown in the rainforest and produce rubber"/>
a rubber tree in the rainforest

By: Jayson Prater, Alahna Owens, Mary Patterson, and Kayla Smiley
:bear berry, arctic moss, arctic willow
The Snake
these are teek trees in the rainforest
: fox, polar bear,musk ox
The Elephant
The Antelope
The End?
The End Indeed!
Gum Tree
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