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BLACK MAMBA

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Transcript of BLACK MAMBA

BLACK MAMBA
Black Mamba
BLACK MAMBA
Name of biome and plants in biome
Climate ( temp. and precipitation)
Scientific Name :Dendroaspis Polyepis
Type of Animal : reptile
This is not an edangered reptile!
The Black Mamba can be found in East and Southern Africa (more specific Sub-Saharan Africa)
The Black Mamba lives in low habitats such as savannas and woodlands.
in this biome there are tall trees and long green/brown grass also some cactus flowers.
other animals in this biome are cheetahs, elephants, lions, and other wildlife creatures.
HABITAT AND NICHE DESCRIBTION
FOOD WEB
BLACK MAMBA
SQUIRRELS
BATS
PLANTS
INSECTS
RATS
SHREWS
LIMITING FACTORS
Water- becuase without water this animal wouldnt be able to survive
area/space- they need space to hide and a place to live or else matter would have tooken up must of the area/space
food- any organism need food to survive. without food the black mamba would die off slowly. Food is used to maintain life & growth for this organism.
how we impact black mambas?
is very dry/wet
the anual preciptation can range from 10-30 (100-150cm) of rain
the temperature range from 68°-86°F.
winter- 68°-78°
summer-78°-86°
niche- the black mamba needs its venom to survive.-(so it can kill its prey in a short period of time)
habitat-wooded savannahs, rocky hills, or riverine forests with rocks, or downed trees that provides cover
Population
logistic growth
There are thousands of Black Mambas in South Africa
biodeversity and symbiotic
biodiversity is important because if the black mambas were to inbreed they would become weak as a species.
black mambas live mostly alone and as a result do not interact with many other organisms.
black mambas experience the same parasites that other south african animals experience.
simbiotic relationship- paratism
people create Suburbs which can cut into the black mambas habitat
How would the population change?
they are more likely to increase because humans are terrified of them.
its hard to kill a black mamba because they can move faster then the average human (running)
they move 12+ mph and can reach the speed of 20kmph
adaptions
the black mamba have a specialized organ called vomeronasal organ which helps it detect whats in its environment due to stimuli
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