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Extreme Sports. Rock Climbing Colorado Rock climbing It is an extreme sport you can practise in groups. You mustn’t practise alone!! You can climb in.
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By: Samantha and Brianna. The tropical rainforest has layers in the canopy. the trees are feet Vegetation can become dense at ground level.
Eagles The animal I researched was the eagle. Eagles are birds. They live in the woods in New York State.
Safety in Archery Shooting after the time signal during practice. Coming out of the shooting line with the arrow on the bow. Pulling arrows out of the.
Birds and their nests 1. Why do birds have nests? They need a place that is safe They need a place that is safe They need a place where there is the kind.
Organism Needs Review Game. A special body part or behavior that helps an animal survive in its environment:
Utah’s Big Game. Mule Deer Named for its large ears- Like a Mule Black tip on the end of tail Extremely common in Utah Open to hunting Habitat: mountains,
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By: David R.. Eagles look cool. They have strong talons. They weigh 4 to 15 pounds. Eagles have brown black and white feathers. An eagle has a curved.
3.2: Slope How steep?. Slope is the measure of steepness. Some hillsides are not steep. They are easy to climb. They have a small slope.
HERB Jasmine: It is herb. Which live short life. Height of these tress are less than other.
Biomes. Tundra Abiotic: gets really cold, little rain, ground is permafrost. Vegetation - few trees, mainly grasses, bushes, and lichens Animals - arctic.
CASTILLA Y LEÓN Matarrosa is located in a valley between mountains covered by chestnut trees, oak trees and holm oak trees watered by the river Sil.
Chapter 2 Section 2 succession. Succession Gradual development of a community over time Two types: ◦ Primary ◦ Secondary.
A monkey. a tiger a lion a zebra a giraffe a panda.
Temperate Forest By: Katerina brungardt. The Climate In a temperate forest, there are four definite seasons. In some biomes, like the tundra, it is usually.
LAND BIOMES. Tundra inches of precipitation per year Winter -15 Summer 54F Soil is permafrost; frozen or partly frozen year round; fragile environment.
Living Things and Their Environment. Name the biotic factors in this ecosystem.
Let’s Go Wild With Utah Animals !. We will study 5 groups of Animals MAMMALS MAMMALS BIRDS BIRDS REPTILES REPTILES AMPHIBIANS AMPHIBIANS FISH FISH.
Ecology Habitat Study By: Shane Lyons and Dualta Sweeney.
Taiga By: Nick Bear Matthew Connor. In the Taiga Biome the biotic factors help the animals by providing food for the consumer 1 which is eaten by the.
Rebecca and Taylor AP Environmental Science 4 th period.
Hawk The animal I researched was the hawk. Hawk are birds. They live in the woodlands of New york State.
Squirrels. nut, - Nuss tree, - baum to grip, - greifen branches,
Belay-Climb Test Review. Feet must stay below Red Line (4 ft.) Have a spotter when necessary. Never go upside down. “SOS “ when falling off wall.
Northeast Woodland Iroquois By: Addison, Devin, Olivia, Jacob, and A.J.
Caleb’s Animal Relationships. Forest Mutualism –bee pollinating a flower. Parasitism – snake eating a rabbit. Commensalism- squirrel living in a tree.
Biomes Aquatic Biomes & Land Biomes. Aquatic Biomes Freshwater –Location: Wetlands, Rivers, Streams, Ponds, Lakes, & Creeks –Types of Organisms: Algae,
Animals those can fly : Parrot Pigeon Crow Eagle Swan.
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Australian Animals. Bilbies The bilby is the largest member of the family of marsupials called bandicoots Bilbies live in burrows under the ground The.
Rock Climbing OP 110. Rock Climbing Rock climbing has gained significant popularity over the past number of years. Because of this rise in popularity,
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Plants The plants in the Teton park grow from the rivers to the top of the mountains. Cottonwood trees grow along the Snake River. Blue spruce take.
BEE Wings Herbivore Oviparous Wild. EAGLE Wings Carnivore Oviparous Wild.
Desert Webquest Desert Tortoise Elf Owl Fringed Toed Lizard Ground Squirrel Jackrabbit Kangaroo Rat Kit Fox Roadrunner Scorpion Sidewinder Snake.
By Jake Wilner. Most squirrels live in tree nests called drays. Squirrels usually build their drays high up in forks of trees. Drays are about the size.
Peggy Young 2 nd Grade sofland/typesofland.html.
The forest is one of Earth’s main biome. The forest is land area mostly covered by trees. Our habitat is a temperate forest. It has four seasons They.
A Walk in Wildwood Park Developed by Desley Boardman and Donna Graham Fall 2004.
Georgia Regions The Piedmont ©Teaching 4 Real. What is a piedmont? A piedmont means “foothills.” We live in this region.
By: Connor, Nick, Matthew, and Bear. In a taiga (boreal forest) there are many trees. The most common tree found in a taiga is a conifers. It doesn’t.
Ice Safety. Ice conditions Always check the ice before you walk on it -clear blue ice is the strongest -Snow covered ice can be misleading - snow can.
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