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biome project

rainforest
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Zach S

on 3 March 2013

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Transcript of biome project

Tropical Rainforest by Zach Snyder Adaptations of the animals adaptations of the plants Seasons Human Threats 5 dominant plants Temperature range 5 dominant animals 1.coconut tree
2.Bengal Bamboo
3.Jambu
4.Durian
5.Strangler Fig 1. The average temperature of a rainforest is about 77 degrees Fahrenheit.The temperature never drops below 64 degrees. 1.cutting down trees
2.mining
3.drilling
4.pollution Tropical Rainforests are located in Asia,Africa,Australia
and South America. In a rainforest it is warm all year.Its only season is the wet season.It does not have spring,summer,fall or winter.It does not have a dry season either. One adaptation of the plants is the strangler fig's abillity
to strangle other plants and steal nutrients from them. Tiger 2.Jaguar
3.Macaw 4.Boa constrictor
5.sloth Location of the Tropical Rainforest 1.A tiger's claws that are used to kill and eat other animals
2. A sloth's sharp claws to help it climb trees Food Web Jaguar boa constrictor sloth macaw plants http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/ Credits vj http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/glossary/gloss5/biome/ Rainfall
Range 50 to 60 inches of rain falls
yearly. with special thanks to youtube
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