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Transcript of Tropical Rainforest
It physically adapts to its environment by growing tall fast so it gets a lot of rain and sunlight.
Its adaptations: The leaves have drip tips so it can gets rid of the rushing water fast and not get weighed down by the water.
Very humid because of the amount of rainfall it receives each year.
they are grey in colour and have a diameter of about 2.7 meters.
Average of 50-260 inches of rainfall each year
Red-shanked Douc Langur
Its strong toes helps it get a good grip on the tree branches.
The Toco's wide tail helps it balance on the trees .
Tail helps them balance while it swings through the trees.
Move slowly to conserve energy.
Their claws help them hang from trees.
There limbs are formed for climbing and clinging to branches
Short wings used for speed and maneuverability.
Good swimmer,so it can move in swamps and streams
Earless but it can feel vibrations of everything around it.
the palms ability to spread it seeds and in a variety of conditions allowed it to become a pan-tropical species.
-is very bitter so animals wont eat it, it also grows at the top of the rain forest canopy to get lots of sunlight.
The ability to store water and adjust to different temperatures.
4 Interesting facts!
Bamboo plants grow to 9 inches a day.
About half of all know species of plants and animals live in the tropical rainforest.
Insects make up the majority of living creatures.