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Tropical Rainforest Vs Grassland

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Phillip Morillo

on 20 September 2012

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Tropical Rainforest and Grassland Tropical Rainforest Tropical Grassland
(Savanna) Tropical Rainforest Vs. Tropical Grassland Latitude: 23.5 N and 23.5 S
(Tropic of Cancer and Capricorn) To be Dry or not to be Dry,
That is the question? Tropical Rainforest East African Savanna: 15˚E and 45˚ E Tropical Savanna Climate All of the rainforest are locate in the Equator. Description of Rainforest We are looking at Amazon rainforest. Average Precipitation
(Inches) Average Temperature
(Fahrenheit) Similarities Similarities Both climate are warm
Both locate between the tropic
Soil vary in different location of the biome
They are very diverse in animal
Lot of sunlight in both location
Highly endangered due to human action Man Role in Destroying Biome Rainforest Farmer cut down trees when they run out of land to use.
After a few year that the farmer cut down tree to farm the soil become infertile
Dividing the forest into patches of forest, so they could drive in there. Trees are cut down to provide grazing space for cattle and livestock Poachers hunt animals for their skin or horns even though it is illegal Savanna Maintaining the Biome Rainforest Grassland People go on hike in the forest so they can conserve the forest.
They help wildlife survive by creating protected areas and rehabilitation centers. Fires are purposely set so that the savanna can be maintained.
Removes harmful insects, dead leaves, and litter
stops the growth of unwanted trees
recycles nutrients into the soil. Longitude: 80 ˚ W to 50 ˚ W
Latitude: 5 ˚ N to 18 ˚ S Wet Season (Summer)-May to October
Dry Season (Winter)-November to March
Usually hot and humid Location General Description
Rolling grassland with shrubs/bushes
Warm year round with no much precipitation Always located near the equator zone
located near the equation, they are always in the equator zone
contain a large number of different plants and animals
All rainforest are highly endangered Character: Climate
Precipitation
Canopy structure
Complex symbiotic relationship
amazing diversity of species Climate Lion Very humid
Very hot at the same time even if its very wet
Rain more than 90 days a year
Strong sun usually shines between storms
Rain that fall on the forest usually never reach the ground
The tropical climate are moist for all months
Average temperature is above 18˚C Tropical Savanna
Fire
Lightning I think this is about data! Abiotic Factors Water
Rain Hyena Elephant Giraffe Zebra Gazelles Cheetah Hippopotamus
Biotic Factors Baobab Tree Umbrella Thorn Acacia Candelabra Tree Savanna Grass Soil Sun FOOD CHAIN GRASS Summer GAZELLE LION BACTERIA BAOBAB TREE ELEPHANT GRASS Zebra Cheetah Rainfall and Temperature Woolly Monkey Blue Morpho Butterfly
(Moongazing Hare) Murine Opossum Anaconda Mating Parrot Electric Eel Bengal Bamboo Kapok Tree Bromeliad Black and Purple Frog White Tiger Nepenthes Frog Bird Snake Seed Parrot Jaguar Banana Tree Fruit Bat Python The End
By: Ngoc Nguyen
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Phillip Morillo Food Chain
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