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My Biome Project

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Taiga
Deciduous forest
The Deciduous Forest is temperate, and is dominated by trees. The trees lose their leaves every year. They are found in warm areas with moist summers and mild winters. The average temperature is fifty degrees. The average rain fall is thirty to sixty inches of rain throughout the year.
Animals that live in the Deciduous Forest are the bald eagle (predator), the black bear (predator), coyotes (predator), racoons (predators), squirrels (prey).
Plants that live in the Deciduous Forest are carpet moss, lady fern, white oak, white birch and pecan.
The Deciduous Forest is located in the eastern half of North America as well as the middle of Europe. Some are in Asia, South America has two of the biggest areas of deciduous forests.
A lot of the of the Deciduous Forests have been lost to farms or towns. The forest has four main seasons: spring, summer, winter, and autumn. In autumn the leaves change color. During the winter months the trees lose their leaves. The plants have adapted to the forest by leaning towards the sun.

Tropical Rainforest
The Tropical Rainforest is a hot moist biome. The Tropical Rainforest is found near the earths equator. The temperature is rarely above sixty eight but never above ninety three. The average rainfall per year is fifty to two hundred sixty inches. Tropical Rainforests now cover less than six percent of the earths surface.
The animals that live in the Tropical Rainforest are sloths (predator), monkeys (predator), birds (prey), snakes (predator) and frogs (prey).
Plants that live in the Tropical Rainforest are fungus, banana tree, orchid, coffee, Brazil nut tree, cacao and rubber tree.
Most Tropical Rainforests are located in South America and Africa.
All Tropical Rainforests belong to the tropical wet climate group. The Tropical Rainforest has the greatest biodiversity in the world with over fifteen million species of plants and animals that live within this biome. Most animals that live here have adaptations so that they can live in the Tropical Rainforest. The hot humid conditions make the Tropical Rainforest ideal for bacteria. The rainforest receives twelve hours of sun light a day and only two percent reaches the surface.
World Biomes
Tundra
The Tundra is a vast flat arctic region. The Tundra is the coldest biome in the world.Temperatures are extremely low with very little precipitation. Winds can be up to thirty and sixty MPH. The average temperature is eighteen degrees.
Animals that live in the Tundra are squirrels (prey), arctic fox (predator), polar bears (predator), ravens (predator) and falcons (predator).
Plants that live in the Tundra are low shrubs, sedges, reindeer moss, liver worth and grasses.
The Tundra is located in the northern hemisphere, encircling the north pole and exiting the south pole.
All plants have adapted to the climate and weather. There is very high altitude. And is not the ideal place for living because of the harsh conditions. Nighttime temperature is usually below freezing. The Tundra is the coldest biome and gets the most snow.
The Taiga biome is the biome of the need leaf forest. It is very cold and lonely for everyone who lives there. The winters are cold with a lot of snow. The average temperatures are sixty five degrees to thirty degrees. The average rainfall is twelve to thirty three inches a year.
Animals that live in the Taiga are black bear (predator), bobcat (predator), wolverine (predator), gray wolf (predator) and the grizzly bear (predator).
Plants that live in the Taiga are Balsam Fir, Douglas Fir, White Fir, White Polar, and the Jack Pine.
The Taiga is located in Eurasia and North America. The Taiga biome is located at the top of the world near the Tundra.
The main seasons in the Taiga are summer and winter. Spring and autumn are so short that you barely know they exist. There are not a lot of plants in the Taiga because of the harsh conditions. The Taiga is susceptible to many wild fires. Animals in the taiga tend to be predators.
Desert
The Desert is a hot and dry biome. The Desert gets fifteen to twenty six centimeters of rain through out the year. Deserts cover one fifth of the Earth's surface. It is one hundred twenty degrees on average. It is always over sixty degrees.
Animals that live in the desert are the coyote (predator), lizards (prey), bobcat (predator), owl (predator) and kangaroo rat (prey).
Plants that live in the Desert are Barrel Cactus, Desert Ironwood, Palo Verde, Brittle Bush and Jumping Cholla.
Cold Deserts are near the arctic part of the world. The hot and dry desert are in Africa and Chile.
Hot and dry Deserts are warm throughout the fall and the spring seasons. Summers are very hot with little precipitation. Most hot and dry Deserts don't have a lot of plants. A cold desert gets snow in the winter. Almost all plants are ground hugging shrubs or short woody trees.
Grassland
Grassland biomes are large, rolling terrains of grass. Some Grasslands are tropical or dry. Annual precipitation is ten to thirty inches a year. The average temperatures are seventy in the summer. Twenty degrees in the winter.
Animals that live in the Grasslands are bumble bee (prey), bobcat (predator), coyote (predator), American Bald Eagle (predator) and a badger (predator).
Plants that live in the Grasslands are buffalo grass, milkweed, June grass, stinging nettle and indian grass.
The Grassland biome is located in North America, South America, Africa and Eurasia.
There are two different types of Grasslands. Tall Grasslands are very wet and humid. Then there are short Grasslands which are very dry. The Grassland climate is in the mid latitude zone. The Grasslands are on every continent. Winters are very cold and windy, but not extreme.
Marine
The average temperature in the Marine biome is thirty nine degrees. The heat of the sun only goes to the surface. It provides rain for crops through its evaporation. The wind helps circulate air. Marine algae supplies a lot of the world's oxygen.
Animals that live in the Marine biome are blue whale (predator), seal (predator), fish (prey), jelly fish (predator) and eel (predator).
Plants that live in the Marine biome are sea grass, algae, seaweed, sea anemones and sea cabbage
The Marine biome covers seventy percent of the world. There are five parts of the biome: Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic and Southern.
The Marine biome is the largest biome in the world. There is about one cup of salt per gallon of water in the ocean. The longest Marine trench is about thirty six thousand two hundred feet. Over one million species of plants and animals have been discovered. As many as nine million have not been discovered yet.

Freshwater
The Freshwater biome includes lakes, ponds, rivers, streams. The Freshwater biome gets evaporated and then precipitated. They carry a lot of fish. Smaller bodies of water like puddles and ditches are considered a part of the Freshwater biome. The Freshwater biomes carry many types of animals besides fish.
Animals that live in the Freshwater biome are fish (prey), turtle (predator), duck (predator), swan (predator), frog (prey) and toad (prey).
Plants that live in the Freshwater biome are algae, duckweed, pickle weed, cattails and reeds.
The Freshwater biome is located in North America, Asia, and other parts of the world. The Freshwater biome covers twenty percent of the earth's surface.
It covers 0.8 percent of earth's total waters. Many types of fish live in the Freshwater biome. They supply us with more then half of our drinking water. Freshwater biomes contain plenty of grass but trees are scarce. Plants and algae are important to freshwater biomes because they provide oxygen through photosynthesis. There are seven hundred different species of fish in the Freshwater biome.
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Tropical Rainforest
The Tropical Rain Forest is a hot moist biome. The Tropical Rainforest is near earth's equator. The rainforest plants grow so fast that they rapidly consume the nutrients from the decomposed leaf litter. The temperature is rarely above ninety three but it is never below sixty eight. The average rainfall is sixty too one hundred sixty.
Animals that live in the Tropical Rainforest are sloths (predator), monkeys (predator), birds (prey), snakes (predator), frog (prey).
Plants that live in the Tropical Rainforest are fungus, banana tree, orchid, coffee, Brazil nut tree.
The Tropical Rainforest is located in South America and Africa, they are in other parts of the world in hot and moist climate.
All Tropical Rainforest belong to the wet and tropical climate group. The Tropical Rainforest has the greatest biodiversity in the world with over fifteen million plants and animals live within this biome. Most animals that live in the Tropical Rainforest have adaptions so they van live in this biome. The hot and humid conditions make the rainforest ideal for bacteria. The rainforest twelve hours of sunlight a day but only two percent reaches the ground.

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