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Daintree rainforest

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Daintree rainforest
Plants and Animals
In the Daintree rainforest there are many types of plants and animal. Some include; Fan palm, Wax flower, Hope's Cycad and many more.
Some animals that live in the Daintree Forest include; The Cassowary, Tree Kangaroos, Musky Rat Kangaroo, Forest Dragon,and much more.
Climate
In the Daintree rainforest the climate is tropical all year around. In the summer the maximum temperature is 32 c and 25 c in the winter.
Natural features
The Daintree rainforest has a great land scape with a striking diversity. It is known as a wet tropic. This is a great place for plants and animals and many other species.
Location
The Daintree rainforest is located in the country of Australia in the northern region.
bibliography
http://www.daintree.com/daintree-weather.html
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http://blog.queensland.com/2015/06/17/daintree-rainforest-animals/
http://discoverthedaintree.com/daintree-rainforest-6/
Impacts of Human Activity

Humans impact the Daintree rainforests in many different ways. Building large land marks and cutting down trees , put certain species in endanger by destroying their habitats.
People Of The Daintre Rainforest
The Daintree Rainforest is part of the Kuku Yalanji country. The Kuku Yalanji people have lived in this area for thousands of years and their songs and legends continue to give special meaning to this landscape today.
goverment
Early in the 1980's there was a subdivision in the heart of the Daintree rainforest.This also made a great threat to its biodiversity,and the government is trying to buy back and to conserve the Daintree rainforest.
https://www.rainforestrescue.org.au/page/19/save-the-daintree-rainforest
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