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Tropical Rain Forest Student Biome Project
Transcript of Tropical Rain Forest Student Biome Project
Food web constucted by Alessia Carriquiry
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Golden Lion Tamarin. (n.d.). Retrieved October 14, 2014. http://a-z-animals.com/animals/golden-lion-tamarin/
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Tropical Rain Forest
By: Becky Li, Melis Diken, Cherilyn Wittenberg
an association between two organisms in which one benefits and the other derives neither benefit nor harm.
interaction between organisms, populations, or species, in which birth, growth and death depend on gaining a share of a limited environmental resource.
concept where mutual dependence is necessary to social well-being
a relationship between two things in which one of them benefits from or lives off of the other
the preying of animals by others
Bromeliads growing and surviving on an unaffected tree
Blue green algae live on sloths and provide camouflage
Poison Dart Frogs
Sources for the Tropical Rainforest
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Images for the Tropical Rainforest