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Tropical Rain Forest
Transcript of Tropical Rain Forest
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Why you should come
Tropical Rain Forest
Poison Dart Frog
Red-Eyed Tree Frog
Blue Morpho Butterfly
Queen Alexandra's Birdwing Butterfly
There are many Rivers, mountains and many kinds of trees and shrubs in tropical rainforests. The rainforest structure is made up of four main layers these layers are, Forest floor,Understory layer, Canopy layer and Emergent layer.
The temperature in the rainforest is most likely to be hot, the average temperature is 77℉(25 ℃）. The rainforest stays about this temperature year round. In fact, the temperature difference between night and day is greater than the difference in temperature from any two days in the year.
Bengal Bamboo- It often grows in
patches and grows very well in moist
environments with lots of rainfall it
also likes temperatures from 40
degrees Fahrenheit to 100 degrees
Fahrenheit. This bamboo can grow
anywhere from 40 feet to 80 feet high.
Bromeliad flowers come in many colors
ranging from reds to oranges and from
purples to blues. These flowers can also
become homes to tree frogs and snails.
Passion Flower - The passion flower
plant is a vine and they produce rings of
nectar. They are mostly come in a maroon color.
Heliconia - A colorful plant with over 40 species with paddle shaped leaves also called Lobster claws or parrot flowers
It's full of colorful flowers, majestic landscape
Interact with the animals of the great forests.
The fantastic weather.
It is beautiful, and you can see lots of different kinds of animals and truly experience the beauty of nature as you experiance the great rainforest