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Mount Kilimanjaro

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Lara Saunders

on 2 December 2012

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Mount Kilimanjaro Climate The bottom of mt.Kilimanjaro's temperature is 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The summit is -15 to 15 degrees Fahrenheit. The base of this mountain is warm while the summit is cold. The precipitation is 0.6 centimeters to 13.8 inches a month. Mount Kilimanjaro's elevation is 5,895 and this is the highest point in Africa. Here the are only 2 seasons, dry and wet. Animals The predators are honey badgers, leopards and lions. The prey are bush babies, zebra and bush backs. They all have roles in this biome. For example the honey badger's role is to not let the snakes' population overpopulate. It does that role by eating snakes. The animal that are threatened to become endangered in mount Kilimanjaro is the blue monkey. The animals that are already endangered in mount Kilimanjaro are bush babies and honey badgers. Plants Some trees in mt.kilimanjaro are fig trees and avocado trees. The flowers that live on this mountain are red hot poker, lobelia and everlastings. There is also a plant called giant ferns. An indigenous flower is the lobelia and an non-indigenous plant is the giant shrubs. Producers, Consumers and Decomposers A producer is something that make their own energy with natural resources. A producer in mount Kilimanjaro is a fig tree. A consumer is a animal that eats plants or animals to get energy. A decomposer is something that decomposes organic material. A decomposer in mt.Kilmanjaro is mushrooms. Parasitism, Commensalism and Mutualism A parasitism is a relation between two organisms in which one benefits from the other by causing damage. In mount Kilimanjaro my example is a mosquito and a human. The mosquito bites humans and can give them malaria. A commensalism is two organisms and one benefits with causing no harm. My example is a bird and a tree. The bird benefits by having a home in the tree and the tree doesn't do anything. A mutualism is when both organisms benefit. An example is a honey bee and flower. The bee can take nectar from the flower to make honey but
the flower can reproduce nectar using their g
glands called nectaries. lobelia Honey Badger A fig tree Bush babies Everlastings Mount Kilimanjaro Mount kilimanjaro Senecio Kilimanjari Blue monkey Avocado tree red hot poker A Lion a Honey bee Mount Kilimanjaro is a volcano in Tanzania, Africa. The top of it is very cold, but the base is warm and this mountain is a home to lots of animals. Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest point in Africa. Leopard a Pineapple tree BY: Natasha Saunders Mushrooms
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