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Tropical Forests

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Anna Moe

on 20 February 2013

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Transcript of Tropical Forests

Tropical Forests The Amazon Rainforest The Sun The sun is the ultimate energy source on Earth Places on Earth such as the Amazon Rainforest need this source of energy to thrive Two and three-toed sloths Strangler tree figs Harpy Eagles Insects Producers Primary Consumer Secondary Consumer Tertiary Consumer Decomposer Fungi Food Chain Brameliad Plant Suns energy The Carbon Cycle The Nitrogen Cycle Amazon Rainforest Facts • The Amazon rainforest is the largest tropical rainforest in the world, covering over five and a half a million square kilometers (1.4 billion acres). • It is home to around 2 and a half million different insect species as well as over 40000 plant species. By: Haylee VanE. and Anna Moe The Amazon rainforest gets its name from the Amazon River, the life force of the rainforest The Climate The climate is warm and humid because of all of the rainfall, with average temperatures around 79° F.
It gets about 150 cm of rain per year and about an 1/8 of an inch per day.
The difference between day and night time temperatures is greater than those between seasons. Autotrophs/Producers Heterotrophs/Consumers Kinkajous Birds-Blue and Gold Macaw Jaguars Heliconia Kapok Tree Coca plants Questions?
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