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Freshwater Biome vacation pacage

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Christelle Azolin

on 12 February 2014

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Transcript of Freshwater Biome vacation pacage

The Great lakes and rivers
By Christelle and Antoinette
Plants and Animals
Activities and Clothing
Activities
Necessities when packing
Have a Safe and fun trip!!
Map
Animals
Dangerous Animals
Plants
Plants
Weather / Temperature
Types of freshwater Biomes
Depending on the type of freshwater biome you would like to visit, the weather and temperatures are different.
For instance in ponds and lakes, during the summer, the temperature can range from 39.2° F near the bottom to 71.6° F at the top. During the winter, the temperature at the bottom can be 39.2° F while the top is 32° F . (covered in ice) The best time to visit would be in the summer where you could do many water related activities.
The average rainfall is 10-80 inches a year.
Parrot Feather
American crocodile
Fishing
Shorts
waterproof shoes and boots
bug repellent
hat
sunglasses
thick shirts
first aid kit
Ponds
Streams and Lakes
Wetlands
The location of freshwater biomes are filled with nutrients plants and animals need to survive, so there is a great biodiversity in the region. Plants such as
Spike rush, bull rush, pickerel weed, cattail, parrot feather, water Hawthorne, creeping Jenny, water snowflake,and water lily, mangrove leaves
thrive in this place.
Water Hawthorne
Creeping Jenny
Water Snowflake
Water lilies
Mangrove leaves
The Great lakes
In Streams in rivers, there are less levels of oxygen so animals such as catfishes, and carp can be found.
In lakes, grazing snails, beavers, otters clams, insects, crustaceans, fishes, and amphibians, turtles, ducks and snakes can be found.
Leeches
water snakes
hiking
whitewater rafting
snorkeling
tubing
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