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Aveonne's Rainforest life
Thick forests found in wet areas of the world are called rainforests. Most people are familiar with hot, tropical rainforests filled with trees that stay green year-round(evergreen trees). But there are other kinds of rainforests, too. Rainforest
Those animals that you just seen are the animals you'll be learning about.
The boa constrictor is a large nonpoisonous snake. It kills its prey by coiling around it so tightly that the animal cannot breathe. besides this deadly strength, the boa constrictor has become a popular pet. These snakes normally have little tempers. They belong to the boa family, along with anacondas, tree boas, and many other types of snakes. Scientific name is Boa Constrictor Boa Constrictor boa constrictor. Photograph. Encyclopedia Britannica. Web. 23 Apr http://www.school.eb.com/elementary/art-88530
The jaguar is the largest cat that lives in the Americas. It is found mainly in the Amazon rainforest of South America. The scientific name of the jaguar is Panthera onca. Jaguar Jaguar [Photograph]. Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 24 April 2013, from
Temperate Rainforest Temperate rainforests go into cooler parts of the world, such as the north western United States and southern Australia. Monsoon rainforests have a dry season and trees that shed their leaves each year. They grow in Southeast Asia. Montane rainforests, or cloud forests, grow in mountainous regions. The rest of this article will focus on tropical rainforests because they are important to the health of the entire planet.
Climate of Rainforest The climate of the rainforest is very hot and wet.
" Food Chain of the Amazon Rainforest." The Rainforest: A World Biome. weebly, Web. 26 Apr