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Transcript of Thailand

Tropical Rainforest of Asia

Eva Lenchitz
Tropical Rainforest of Asia- Thailand
Environmental science
~ Longitude/ Latitude: 13.7500° N, 100.4833° E
~ Mountain Range: Phetchabun Range rises to 5,840 feet (1,780 metres)
~ The Biome of Thailland is a Tropical Rain forest
~ Climate based on precipitation:
Hot/Dry- March to May (34-40 degrees, humidity 75%)
Rain - June to October (around 29 degrees, humility 90%)
Mild - November to February
~The biome of Thailand is Tropical Rain forest: Lots of wildlife, hot temperatures, mass precipitation all year round.
Other Biotic Factors
Thailand has some 1715 known species of amphibians, birds, mammals and reptiles according to figures from the World Conservation Monitoring Centre. Of these, 5.1% are no other country, and 5.8% are threatened. Thailand is home to at least 11625 species of vascular plants.
Plants: Luculia gratissima
An ornamental plant native to Thailand, it has large leaves to catch sunlight
Animals: Elephas maximus
Commonly known as just elephants. They have adapted there size and strength to ward off predators.
Kaloula pulchra
Commonly known as the Chubby frog. It has adapted by changing its color to the tree bark in the rainforest where it lives
Physignathus cocincinus
Known as the Chinese Water Dragon. It has adapted with the us of color when it is in the water. From above, it's light green color makes it look like a long leaf, and from the bottom, it's white stomach blends it in with sun rays
Other Abiotic Factors
Like other rainforests the spoil in Thailand is very rich in nutrients. There is alot of precipitation, as well as high humidity
Commensalism- Cows graze and disturb insects that lizards and other reptiles eat

Mutalisum- Ants eat harmful bugs off trees. In turn, the tree provides shelter for the ants

Parasitism- The liver fluke in fish kills them
Pictures: Google

Info: http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/se_asian_rnfrstclimate.htm

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