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Temperate Forests - Chance,Joey,Sierra,David

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Transcript of Temperate Forests - Chance,Joey,Sierra,David

Temperate Deciduous Forests or this temperate Deciduous forests can be found in the eastern half of North America, and the middle of Europe. There are many deciduous forests in Asia. Some of the major areas that they are in are southwest Russia, Japan, and eastern China. South America has two big areas of deciduous forests in southern Chile and Middle East coast of Paraguay. There are deciduous forests located in New Zealand, and southeastern Australia also. before after temperate forests
are home to many plants. here are some. Poison ivy: Poison ivy is a deadly plant, that, once in contact with, may later cause itching sores on the skin, that is how it adapts. Poison ivy can be identified by it’s unique fuzzy texture and it’s three leaves on each stem. there are tons of
trees, but, where humans
come bad things happen! Azalea: The azalea blooms in spring and only stays around for a few weeks. They do not need much sun, which is a way they adapt. They are bigger than most other flowers maple tree: the maple tree adapts by growing very hig to keep on gaining sun. It has leaves that have prongs here's a map! thank's for watching!!!! moss carpet

Carpet Moss, like its name, carpets the ground. In the spring the carpet moss is golden green, and turns dark green as it gets older. It looks almost velvety. Its leaves grow parallel to each other and taper off to a point at the end. The edges of the leaves have long, narrow cells which grow in pairs and make the margins look serrated. Pecan tree
Pecan: The pecan tree is well known for it’s nuts, called pecans. It grows in humid climates. The pecan tree is invasive, and it adapts to it’s environment by growing low to take in humidity. Definitely not endangered. there are many animals
too! here are some! american bald eagle american black bear carnivore
fast flyer (35 - 43 mph) for hunting carnivore
good swimmer for catching fish omnivore
cheek pouches for carrying food eastern chipmunk coyote omnivore
eats fruit when available
travel in large groups and they primarily hunt in pairs for better protection european red squirrel omnivore
sleeps at mid-day avoiding heat and birds of prey such as the American Bald Eagle fat dormouse omnivore
good climbers for getting away from predators least-weasel carnivore
has more than one den so it can hunt in bigger areas rabbit herbivore
their ears are big, an adaptation for detecting predators
white-tailed deer herbivore
grow a thick coat during the winter for warmth american bald eagle (secondary consumer) eastern chipmunk (primary consumer) grass (producer) food chain coyote (secondary consumer) rabbit (primary consumer) grass (producer) food chain A decomposer in the Temperate Forest is a mushroom. It breaks down dead organisms into nutrients for other plants and animals to use. American Beech

There are many different uses for the American Beech tree. This is a list of some of the things this tree is used for: furniture such as cabinets, benches, stools and tables.

The American Beech tree produces a lot of paper. The animals that feed on the nuts that grow on this tree are: the opossum, black bears, white-tailed deer, rabbits, ruffed grouse, red and gray squirrels, flying foxes, porcupines and others. pie guelder rose: The Guelder rose grows in cool climates and provides nectar for bees and other bugs. Once the birds eat their seeds, they spread them. The berries grown on the guilder rose are used for medicine on cramps and asthma. It adapts to predation because if berries are EATEN, then the eater will die. blueberries. The huckleberry is the state berry of Idaho. The plant grows best in damp, acidic soil. here's the climate In a temperate forest, there are four definate seasons. In some biomes, like the tundra, it is usually cold, but not in the temperate forest. here's a chart The average temperature of the forest is about 50 degrees F. as you can see humans cut down trees for paper and furnishing
tropical evergreen forests are forests which are found in the amazon basin,zaire basin,malaysia...etc.these forests consists of very tall trees.

Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_temperate_deciduous_forest_mean#ixzz17dHqCfiB tropical evergreen forests are forests which are found in the amazon basin,zaire basin,malaysia...etc.these forests consists of very tall trees. the landscape is this here's the location Valuable Trees for shelter for the animalsand how the ground is good for storing food.In autumn, the leaves change color and fall from the trees. The leaves decay on the forest floor, so the soil is very rich for the plants to grow better is how it affects the plants.

Humidity is 60 to 80%
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