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Biome Project - Tropical Dry Forest
Transcript of Biome Project - Tropical Dry Forest
any plant in this
biome would cause
this food chain to
Nothing would be
able to survive.
This is the glue
that holds this food web together. If the western
whiptail died out, it wouldcause the pacific tree frog population to get larger, long with some other smaller animals. Then that would make other large animals a bigger competition to other animals with less food. An example of a symbiotic relationship in the tropical dry forest would be an Acacia tree and ants. The tree has a whole network, inside the tree where the ants may live. In return the ants get protection from the tree. Symbiotic Relationship A competitive relationship would be two seeds competing for sunlight. The tree that grows the fastest wins. Because they're getting more sunlight, so they'll survive. Unlike the other plant. This could be any kind of plant that is in the forest. And although is extremely unlikely for the sunlight to run out, but if it did all the plants would die. If one specie got twice the amount as the competing specie, I believe that neither would benefit because each plant would benefit, because since there are more plants overall. Each plant would get less sunlight. Competitive Relationships Humans have more bad to the forest rather than good. Humans have done deforestation & killing many endangered animals making many go almost completely extinct. This messes up the environment terribly and really does no good, other than personal gain. Because all people are doing this for is the money. So those two things hugely impact the environment and mess up food chains. Human impact "Tropical Dry Forest of the Sierra De La Laguna." N.p., n.d. Web. 8 Oct. 2012. <http://www.loscabosrestaurantguide.com/tropical%20dry%20forest.htm>. Bibliography "Tropical Dry ForestÂ ::The Department of Environment and Coastal Resources::." Tropical Dry ForestÂ ::The Department of Environment and Coastal Resources::. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Oct. 2012. <http://www.environment.tc/Tropical-Dry-Forest.html>.