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Madagascar Tropical Rainforest

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Angie Luebbe

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Transcript of Madagascar Tropical Rainforest

Lianas
Tamarind
Aye-aye
Traveller's tree
Mango
Narrow-striped mongoose
Nile Crocodile
Madagascar Tree Boa
Gray Mouse lemur
Tomato frog
Baobab
Fossa
Ring-tailed lemur
Flying fox
Comet moth
Comet orchid
Kily tree
Coconut tree
Pill Millipede
Fungus
Madagascar Rainforest
Madagascar Food Web
Madagascar Animal Adaptation
Fossa
Retractable Claws
Assists in climbing
Long Tail
Helps balance for hunting
Nile Crocodile
Slow Metabolism
Don't need to eat very often
Scales
Prevents water loss
Elongated hind legs and large hind feet
Helps to jump away from predators
Long ears
Find food and listen for danger
Toxins in skin
Acts as a glue to deter predators
Can inflate themselves
Make themselves appear larger to scare off predators
Flying Fox
Tomato frog
Giant rat
Good Sight
Enables them to find food (fruit) in the night instead of echolocation. Helps to navigate also.
Long tongue
Enables them to lick the nectar without damaging the flower
Verreaux sifaka
Long tail
Helps to balance themselves in a tree
Highly adapted arboreal body
Enables them to sustain life in the trees
Southern Madagascar
Madagascar
Symbiotic Relationships
Gracie Luebbe
P-7

Flying Fox
Didiereaceae
The Flying Fox carries pollen from the didiereaceae
to other plants were the pollen spreads to other plants.
Mutualism
Clown fish
Anemone
Mutualism
The anemone gets protection from
the clown fish. While the clown fish
gets a home.
Comet Moth
Three toed sloth
Commensalism
The comet moth lays its eggs in
the three toed sloth dung.
Madagascar Hissing Cockroach
Mite
Commensalism
The mites feed off of the food scraps and saliva from the cockroach.
Fig wasp
parasitic wasp
Parasitism
The parasitic wasp lays eggs in a fig wasp's larvae.
The parasitic wasp larvae eat the fig wasp larvae.
The daily temperature is around 8°C (46°F)

Parasitism
Ring tailed lemur
Tick
The tick will attach onto the lemur and use its blood for food
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