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Biomes

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natalie strohl

on 20 September 2013

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Transcript of Biomes

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli
Biomes
Arctic Tundra
Coniferous Forest/Taiga
Deciduous Forest
Desert
Grassland
Rainforest
Aquatic
Cold
Vast
Treeless
Swampy/Slush
Far North around the Arctic Ocean
Tropical (savannas)
Temperate (prairies)
Alpine
South of Arctic Tundra
Cone-bearing trees
Not very fertile
Some animals (moose, red fox, snowshoe rabbit, some birds, the great horned owl)
Lose leaves in fall
Fertile soil
Animals (deer, American grey squirrels, wood mice, rabbits, raccoons, woodpeckers, cardinals, finches and more birds)
Little to no life exists
1/5th of the world's land surface
Two types; hot and dry & cold and dry
Hot and dry which make it perfect for growing food
Little rain
Very few trees
Animals (prairie dogs, mule deer, giraffe, zebra, lion)
Recieve at least 70 inches of rain
Have the most species of plants or animals
Largest part of the biosphere
Covering 75% of the Earth
Includes both Freshwater Regions and Marine Regions
Contains animals of both large and small of numerous species
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