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Rainforest

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Credits Animals Terrain Rainforest Rainforest All of the animals that live in the rain forest have special adaptaions to help the live in the rain. The rain forest is very tropical. it's a very hot and humid place. The terrain of rainforest is very different, there are mountains, plains, and river valleys. By Agnieszka, Carolina and Hector Unique Abiotic and Biotic factors abiotic
water
sun
soil
fog Precipitation and climate Producers Characteristics Tropical rainforest contains 1/2 of all of the world species. The rainforest have many medicines and differents foods. Rainforest makes a lot of oxygen because of they various plants.However, the rainforest has a tropical climate that means that the temperatures are warm not hot just warm, when rains at least it rains 100 inches. that makes that the plants grow very tall. some trees change the colors of they leaves in autumn some brown others yellow some more kind of red. Food Web Thank you for watching A giant anacardium or wild cashew tree towers above the Quebrada Danta (Tapir Creek). This is a within lowland rainforest along the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, in Corcovado National Park. This tree is several hundred years old. Note the numerous rope like vines dangling. Resources http://www.tiptoptens.com/2011/03/05/top-10-biggest-and-popular-rainforest-in-the-world/ CatFish Catfish have some adaptations to help them survive in the rain forest. A catfish has whiskers and taste buds to find food that it can't even see. Geographic location Montecristo Cloud Forest, El Salvador 13°N, 89°W North America Pacific Ocean Atlantic Ocean Africa Australia Indian Ocean Europe Asia Pacific Ocean Arctic Ocean Sinharaja Forest, Sri Lanka 7°N, 80°E The Monteverade Forest, Costa Rica 9°N, 84°W Costa Rica El Salvador Sri Lanka Google Images http://bioexpedition.com/tropical-rainforest-biome/


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thebirdzoo.com/home.htm Brasil Emas National Park and Chapada Dos Veadeiros, Brazil 5°S, 37°E The Mount Kinabalu National Park, Malaysia 4°N, 116°E Liberia Sapo National Park, Liberia 7°N, 9°W Alaska's Rainforests 55°N, 132°W Daintree Rainforest, Australia 18°S, 144°E The Amazon Rainforests 5°S, 37°E Ecuador Ecuador's Cloud Forests 1°S, 78°E Lemurs They hunt at night and use there long fingers to catch bugs in long trees. katydids The katydids use there camouflage to hide from their enemies and to sneek on there prey. parrots • Parrots have strong, curved beaks.
These beaks are especially shaped to enable parrots to crack open hard shells of large seeds or nuts. jaguars he uses his tail to catch fish in the rainforest they are many differents producers. The plants are producers, one species is the bromelias. biotic
animals
plants
bugs
deconposing
plants
and animals about the rainforest This plant has many types of sizes and shapes, and includes some of the most rare forms. The most usual is the pineapple.

Most of this plants attach themselves to trees or rocks by stickying roots rather than growing in the soil. These plants absorb all that they need to survive from the air and water. They do not take nutrients away from other soil plants. The rosette shape of the tough leaves allows the plants to hold water, and many bear fruit.
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