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RAINFOREST

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RAINFOREST
TROPICAL
Ecosystems & habitats
food web
ECOSYSTEM
Southeast Asian rainforests and the Dipterocarpaceae
HABITAT
Southeast Asian Rainforests: Malaysia, Borneo and
Sumatra
COMMUNITY
the Dipterocarpaceae
honey bees, orchids, ferns, lianas, vines, strangler figs
ECOSYSTEM
The tualang tree and its surrounding organisms
HABITAT
The tualang (
Koompassia excelsa
)
COMMUNITY
Honey bees, orchids, ferns, lianas, vines, strangler figs
NICHE
orchids and ferns
lianas, vines and strangler figs
ECOSYSTEM
The amazon rainforest in Peru and the Peruvian
spider
HABITAT
Amazon Rainforest in Peru
COMMUNITY

Peruvian spider monkey
(
Ateles chamek
), birds, frogs,
leaves, berries, termites, honey, fleshy fruits
NICHE
biotic spreader
ECOSYSTEM
The tropical rain forest in southeastern Brazil and
the golden lion tamarin
HABITAT
Tropical rain forest in southeastern Brazil
COMMUNITY

Golden lion tamarin
(
Leontopithecus rosalia
), trees,
fruits, insects, vines, plants
NICHE
morning: fruits & nectar

afternoon: insects
ECOSYSTEM
The Amazon rainforest in French Guiana and
green acouchi
HABITAT
Amazon rainforest in French Guiana
COMMUNITY

Green acouchi
(
Myoprocta pratti
) trees, plants,
shrubs, bromeliads, fruits
NICHE
diurnal

Ecosystems & Habitats

Tropical Rainforests
- high temperatures
- rain
- tall trees
- Köppen Classification System
o Af

Peruvian spider monkey

Ateles chamek
0,6-1
20-30
10m/20y
adaptations
Golden lion tamarin
Leontopithecus rosalia
26/260
12 hours
social
adaptations
Pale-throated sloth
Bradypus tridactylus
3 toed
45-55 / 50-75
colorblind
adaptations
Green Acouchi
Myoprocta pratti
1 kg
short tail
dental
Table of contents
ECOSYSTEMS & HABITATS
- Rainforest
- Dipterocarpaceae
- The tualang tree
- Peruvian spider monkey
- Golden lion tamarin
- Green acouchi
FOOD WEB
- Food web
- Adaptations and more info
o Pale-throated sloth
o Golden lion tamarin
o Peruvian spider monkey
o Green acouchi
THE END
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