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Transcript of Chaparral

Chaparral Biome
By: Miguel, Luis, and Jahmir
This is a presentation about the biome Chaparral.
Chaparral is a vegetation made up of tangled shrubs and thorny bushes.
Chaparrals are located in the West Coast of the United States, the West Coast of South America, the Capetown location of South Africa, the Western part of Australia and the Coastal Areas of the Mediterranean. They are also located in small sections of most continents.
The climate of the Chaparral is Mediterranean. That means the climate is mild with wet winters and hot dry summers.
The water sources of this biome come mostly from rain.
The rainfall of chaparrals are 10 to 17 inches a year.
Some animals that live in this biome are kangaroos, grysboks, dingoes, and rattlesnakes. These animals adapt to this biome by becoming good climbers and hunting over larger and bigger areas.
Some plants that live in this biome are Blue Oak, Coyote Brush, Common Sagebrush, Fairy Duster, French Broom, King Protea, Lebanon Cedar, Manzanita, Mountain Mahogany, Saltmarsh Bird's Beak, Olive Tree, and Torrey Pine. These plants adapts to this biome by storing water through their thick barks and by growing thorns to prevent predators to eat them.
Food Web- a combinations of food chain that forms a network. The producer is the one who makes the food, the consumer is the one who eats the producer, the secondary consumer is the one who eats the consumer and the tertiary consumer is the one who eats the secondary consumer.
Examples of 7 Biotic Factors are Cactus, Shrubs, Lizards, Jackal, Bobcats, Pumas, and Deers.

Examples of 3 Abiotic factors are Salt Water, Dirt, and, Rocks.

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