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Daintree Rainforest :3
Transcript of Daintree Rainforest :3
It is located in Australia.
Daintree Rainforest :3
Map of Daintree Rainforest
This is a map of the Daintree Rainforest
What does the Daintree Rainforest look like?
Physical Characteristics consist of:
many different types of plants and species
Wet/ moist soil
More Physical Characteristics
The rainforest looks like a normal temperate rain forest. In this picture, there is no rain. There are many tall trees and leaves.
Primary Consumers: Mangroves, Idiot Fruit, Blue Quandong, Wild Ginger, Algae, Moss, Barrawang Palm.
Cassowary, Ulysses Butterfly, and spotted Cuscus.
Giant Treefrog, Azure King Fisher, Musky Rat Kangaroo, Feral Pigs, Rufous Owl, Golden Orb Spider
Daintree Rainforest Average Temperature
Daintree Rainforest Average Rainfall
Abiotic Factors and Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors: Humidity, Temperature, Light Intensity, Topography, Rocks, Soil, and anything that isn't living, but physically affects the environment.
Biotic Factors: Food Chains, Predators, Detritivores, Invasive Species etc.
Obviously trees are one of the many natural resources.
Metals, are another natural resource, and many humans use The Daintree Rainforest for mining.
Water, due to rainfall, etc.
Carbon and Nitrogen
Plants and Vegetation
Animals and How They Adapt
The Daintree Rainforest is full of trees and rain. Many animals have to adapt to climbing the trees in order to retrieve their food. That is why there are a lot of monkeys in the Daintree Rainforest. The animals in the Daintree Rainforest also have to adapt to the rainfall, in order to survive, they have to know how to swim and cope with the water.
Human Impacts on Daintree Rainforest
The cost of living in Daintree, Australia, is very inexpensive. Many people are beginning to migrate to Daintree and this is causing many negative effects. Daintree is progressing and becoming into a modern day city. Roads, houses, and buildings are all being built and it is causing a lot of harm to the environment. Some methods of transportation (automobiles)are harmful to the environment due to the smoke it produces (which causes pollution). Houses and buildings are harmful to the environment because sewage systems must be created in order to accommodate the city.