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The Jungle

By: Monika. K, Eva.V, Victoria.Z
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Victoria Z

on 10 November 2016

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Transcript of The Jungle

A decomposer is an organism, especially a soil bacterium, fungus, or invertebrate, that decomposes organic material.
Jungle
In today's project we will be talking about...
What Is The Jungle?
The Difference Between The Forest and The Jungle
What Is The Jungle?
The Difference Between The Forest And The Jungle
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Forest
In the forest the tree's only lose leaves during the winter
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Jungle
In the jungle the tree's lose their leaves all year around
Forests and jungles are similar because they both have shade, clearings, and dead trees and branches
Forests are larger than jungles
Forests can be found all over the world
Jungles are impenetrable
Animals That Live In The Jungle
Decomposers
Decomposers
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Saprophyte:
Saprophytes are the organisms that act as the jungles` decomposers, competing with the heavy rainfall which constantly washes away nutrients on the forest floors.
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omnivores
Types Of Decomposers:
carnivores
herbivores
Snails
Our T-Chart Of Biotic & Abiotic Elements
A jungle is an area of land overgrown with a dense forest and tangled vegetation
The jungle is filled with tons of different species of animals and plants
Jungles are usually in warm places with lots of rainfall
Animals In The Jungle
Jaguar
Howler Monkey
Bengal Tiger
Cobra
Parrot
Parrot
Jaguar
Howler Monkey
Bengal Tiger
Toucan
Cobra
Cobra
Cobras are reptiles that are like lizards with no legs also known as a snake
Tapir
Description:
They like to live on the ground or in the canopy of the jungle
Habitat:
Food:
Cobras like to eat rat's, birds, frogs, and other small rodents
Description:
PLANTS
Habitat:
Food:
Biotic
Abiotic
What Is A Decomposer?
Parrot
Description:
Parrot are big colourful birds that live in the jungle
Habitat:
They like to live in warm weather but some like to live in cold weather
Food:
Parrot like to eat seed's, fruit's, vegetable's and tree nuts
Decomposers work extremely efficiently and, together with the warmth and wetness which helps accelerate decomposition, can often break down dead animals and vegetation within 24 hours.
It helps break down animal wastes, dead plants, rotting wood and more
Clams
Slugs
Ants
Beetles
Grubs
Fungi
Freshwater shrimp
Millipedes
Bacteria
Worms
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It is a plant, fungus, or microorganism that lives on dead or decaying organic matter
Kabok tree
Jaguar
Description:
The jaguar is the largest cat in America. It has a compact body, broad head and powerful jaw
Vegetation In The Jungle
Habitat:
Jaguars like to live near water and hunt alone. They do not stay in large groups
Food:
Jaguars like to eat crocodiles, snakes, monkeys and anything else they can catch
Bengal Tiger
Description:
The Bengal Tiger is one of the largest species of tigers in the world. There are only 2,500 left in the wild
Vegetation In The Jungle
Habitat:
They like to live near swaps and grasslands even high-altitude rocky mountains
Food:
Bengal Tiger like to eat rabbits, fish and any other rodents they can get to
Howler Monkey
Description:
Howler Monkey are among the largest New World monkey's and one of the only few nest-building monkey's
Habitat:
Howler Monkey live within groups of 5-15 with usually 3 males. They spend most of there time in the treetops
Food:
They like to eat fruit, flowers, buds, and tree nuts. They need to be careful not to eat too many leaves because it can poison them
Description:
Habitat:
Food:
Cobra
Howler Monkey
Bengal Tiger
Jaguar
Parrot
Moss
In The Jungle
Toucan
Toucans eat tropical fruit, spiders, lizards, frogs, snakes and even plunder nests of smaller birds, taking eggs and nestlings
Kabok Tree
Red Ginger Flower
Hibiscus
Toucan
Toucan
Poison-Dart Frog
Tapir
Found on the forest floor and also spend some time in ponds
Log Wood
Red Ginger flower
They like to eat herbaceous vegetation, fruits (they really like bananas) and even aquatic plants
Log wood
Poison-Dart Frog
Poison-Dart Frog
Moss
Rocks
River
Log
Tapir
Tapir are large mammal's that are like a pig, they are closely related to horses and rhinos
Description:
Poison Dart Frogs are found in the trees as well as under logs and rocks
Habitat:
Tapir
Poison-Dart Frog
They are small frogs that are recognized by their colours, yellow, black, blue, orange and green
Food:
Sunlight
Climate
Soil
When they are tadpoles they are omnivores and when they are adults they become carnivores. They enjoy eating flies and other insects
Ants
Description:
Ants live in large colonies, sometimes reaching 3 million ants
Habitat:
By:Monika K,
Eva V & Victoria Z
They build gigantic hills for their home that are about 30 feet wide and 20 feet deep
Food:
They like to eat leaves and the fungus that grows on the leaves
Toucans make their homes in holes in trees. They usually live in pairs or small flocks
Toucans are one of the largest birds in the jungle. They have a black body and white throat
Ants
Vines
Tapir
Food Chain:
Amanita Muscaria
Food Chain
Producers
Consumers
Producers are plants that create their own food and energy
What are producers?
Examples Of Consumers:
Alligator
How do produceres make food?
Tiger
Tapir
Ants
Producers make their food by taking sunlight and using the energy to make sugar.
Parrot
Toucan
Frog
The plant uses this sugar, also called glucose to make many things, such as wood, leaves, roots, and bark.
What Are Consumers?
Examples of producers:
Consumers are people or animals that eat producers to give them food and energy
They eat the producer, a secondary consumer eats this consumer (primary consumer), and so on
Trees
Grass
Flowers
Banana
What D0 consumers eat?
Some consumers (herbivores) eat producers
Others consumers (omnivores or carnivores) eat smaller consumers.
ex. A snake eats a frog
Producers & Consumers
Banana (Producer)
Tapir (consumer)
Tiger (secondary consumer)
Decomposers
Why Ecosystems Are Limited
Ecosystems are limited in the number of living things it can support. The reason is, that ecosystems are limited in the amount of resources that they can produce. For example, if the jungle had many Bengal Tigers their population would increase. This would cause them to not have enough resources like food and water. Since Bengal Tigers are carnivores there only source of food is to rely on meat. Also with not enough space in the jungle it will be hard to seek shelter and find prey. Then, they would overpopulate and all die from hunger. This would cause smaller animals that the tiger eats to overpopulate and so on. Eventually, the whole jungle would be almost empty and it would be even more overgrown.
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