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Tropical Dry Forest Cameron Burke
Tropical Dry Frests Type of forest found near the Equator that has distinct rainy and dry seasons
Location Africa South and Central America Mexico India Australia Tropical islands
Temperature/Rainfall 75°F- 86°F Sufficient enough for trees to grow 50 cm- 300 cm May- November May is the end of the dry season and the wettest month Hard Dry Season: December-May
Vegetation Deciduous trees (Evergreen) Mushrooms Fruits
Animals Yellow- napped Parrot White- tipped Dove Hog Deer Wolves Cougar
Unique Better developed dry season than the tropical rain forest
Latin a very old language that few people speak today many words and languages developed from Latin The languages of Spanish and Portuguese are developed.
Tropical Dry Forest Courtney & TJ. Climate Climate- severe dry season Temp. range 24.3 C. (66 deg. F.) Annual Rainfall-250 to 2000 mm per year (
Scientists group ecosystems into larger areas called biomes. Biome: a large region characterized by a specific type of climate and certain types of plants.
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By: Gracye Julian -. Red eye tree frogs have red eyes. Red eye tree frogs have white skin under there chin. Red eye tree frogs have purple skin on there.
HOW THEY KILL THEIR PREY Well the python lies down to wait for its prey to ambush. By snatching the prey it squeezes it s body so it can’t breath and.
Chapter 6 – Biomes Living World Unit. Major world biomes Desert Tropical Rain Forest Deciduous Forest (temperate and tropical) Savannah/Grasslands ( temperate.
Rainforest quiz Question 1 Which of these is not the name for a rainforest layer? A Canopy B Forest floor C Trees and shrubs D Emergent.
BiomesSection 2 Section 2: Forest Biomes Preview Bellringer Objectives Forest Biomes Tropical Rain Forests Nutrients in Tropical Rain Forests Layers of.
Hello We are about to take a trip to see all the worlds biomes. We are about to take a trip to see all the worlds biomes. We are going to see many different.
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Lake Victoria UGANDA – natural ecosystems Lush vegetation River Nile starts here Fishing industry too On the equator but over 1000 metres high up.
BiomesSection 1 Chapter 6: Biomes Section 1: What is a Biome?
Biomes Kathy Shelton Research a Biome Choose a biome to research. Double click on the name of that biome. Read the new slide. Double click on the graphic.
Biomes. One of the Earths large ecosystems, with its climate, soil, plants, and animals.
Objective: Students will describe biotic and abiotic parts of an ecosystem in which organisms interact; and compare these interactions terrestrial ecosystems.
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Chapter 3 Communities and Biomes Section 2, Part 2 Terrestrial Biomes.
Food situation in rural Malawi Assessing the food situation: –Food self-sufficiency – months that households have food to eat from their own production.
Biomes. A biome is one of Earths large ecosystems, with its own kind of climate, soil, plants, and animals.
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