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2 Created by: Seth savage Hunter Ansich Brooke Mccormack KJ Fletcher

3 Rainforest pictures

4 Geography  What are the different elevation in your biome?  Landforms?  All the rainforest in the world?  What is the soil like in the rainforest?  What are important place nation park landform etc they are in this biome?  Nation parks etc?

5 Geography  Rainforest grow at almost all elevations. Clouds form from bodies of water more then 10,000 above land level. The terrain over which lowland forest grow features valleys, rolling hills, old rivers, basin. South America, central Africa, India, South Asia and North eastern Australia. Very thin tends to be damp red in color. Roots are more likely to remain near the surface. Rainforest in the South America contains lowland cloud forests. (etc)

6 Botanist  What are the types of plants that live in this area and what are they like?  What is the growing season here ?  What is the reproduction of the plants here?  Describe the types of succession that can occur in the biome, if any?

7 Botanist  Studies plants  Important rain forest plants such as sugarcane, screwed pine, and bamboo  Growing season for plants in the rain forest is all year  New plants grow every day from other plants  Most of the plants in the rain forest are helpful for many things like to start a fire to keep you warm or to treat a disease or illness or to help for every day things like screwed pine to make a basket  The temperature In the rain forest is normal 77 ◦

8 Zoology What are the kinds of animals that live in this area? What class of animals are there? What is an example of food chain/web that live here? Describe the adaption that the organism here have to make in order to survive. Describe any symbiotic relationship that may occur in this Biome.

9 Zoology  Animals that live in this area- squirrels, mice, deer, insects, ect.  Classes of animals-  A food chain in this area is, A worm eats dirt ( dirt is the bottom of the food chain), then the bird eats the worm and ect.  Also there are all different kinds of animals in the rainforests!

10 Meteorologist What is the climate like in the biome? what is the rage of the biome and the average participation? What is the average temperature What are the water recourses in this biome

11 meteorologist  The temperature of the rain forest is around 100 degrees To 90 and the average participation is 50 the climate is around hot or rainy the resources are animals to eat and rocks and leafs  As we begin our exploration of the rain forest layers we are starting at the top. Literally emerging from the forest are the tallest trees. These ancient giants have fought their way to the top. The forest floor is darkened by the shadows of these giants, making it difficult for new trees to find enough sun, water and room to grow.  Because most plants need the sun to produce energy, the most successful trees often produce the most flowers and fruit. The largest of these giants can reach almost 200 feet into the sky! Some of the largest trees are estimated to be over 2,000 years old.



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