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Temperate Decidious Forrest
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Temperate Deciduous Forrest
Some native animal species and adaptations are...
Tawny Owls-Night vision for hunting during the night, silent flight, and great hearing
The Black Bear-Long curved claws for climbing trees and ripping logs, color vision to help find berries, and a special organ in the top of the mouth to enhance taste and smell
A Bobwhite Quail-Camouflage to hide from predators, Strong legs so they can run from danger, and can eat quickly and then run away and hide then digest its meal
The White Tailed Deer- fur to keep it warm during winter, antlers to protect them self, and it can hear noise from 100 feet away
Northern Cardinal-Short beak to crack open seeds and berries, and male birds have a bright red color to attract a mate and the female birds have dark colors to blend in to the environment
In a Temperate Deciduous Forest, Summer is probably the best time to take a trip.
What to Bring:
Tank top or t-shirt
Shorts, a sturdy pear of jeans, or a skort will work too
Hat or sunglasses
Hiking boots, sneakers, or flip-flops
The air is warm and (sometimes when the wind blows) has hot air.
Because of the hot air the water naturally cools itself off and it is perfect for swimming.
The plant lie isn't as good as in the spring because of their not being as many nutrients in the soil.
Some native plant species are...
NOPE THERE IS
The Food Web
Loss of trees:
Air and water pollution
White Tailed Dear
Food Web on