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TROPICAL RAINFOREST BIOME OF COLOMBIA

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Daniel Estrada

on 4 August 2014

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Transcript of TROPICAL RAINFOREST BIOME OF COLOMBIA

The tropical rainforest biome is an ecosystem that covers about 35% of Colombia surface. this is located in the western Amazon, foothills of the Andes, Orinoquia, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta and Choco.
Orchids are a type of epiphyte plant that grows in the tropical rainforest. It grows on the surface of other plants, usually trees.
The tropical rainforest has hundreds of different types of trees living there.
Tropical rainforests are one of the oldest biomes on Earth and therefore have a great variety of animals living there.
Most of the animals living in the tropical rainforest live in the trees. There they can find all of their necessities and rarely have to come down to the floor of the forest.
Insects make up the majority of living creatures in the tropical rainforest

TROPICAL RAINFOREST BIOME OF COLOMBIA
Rainforests are extremely important because the water they produce is evaporated and then used as rain in other areas
The average temperature of the tropical rainforest remains between 30° to 34° C.
The tropical rainforest is very rainy as its name implies. The rainfall can reach up to 8.000 mm in one year.

DANIEL ESTRDA FAJARDO
COLEGIO LOS SAMANES
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