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The Rainforest Kirstan Catoe, Jill Franks, and Samantha Willits
Biotic Components Flora: Bromeliads, Epiphytes, Saprophytes, Buttress Roots, Lianas, Stilt/prop roots, Carnivorous Roots, Orchids, Strangler Fig Fauna: Gorilla, Boa, Frog Toucan, parrot, Spider Monkey, Jaguar, Anaconda, Piranha, Lemur, Lar Gibbon
The yellow highlights represent land masses with major rainforests.
Terrain Most rainforests are located approximately meters above sea level on hilly terrain, with a plateaus at the top. It is typically home to clear rivers and stream that cuts through the forest.
Climate The rainforest gets about 250cm of rainfall per year. The weather is usually humid at 77 degrees Fahrenheit
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RAIN FOREST BENNETT Climate and Location South America, Central America, Central Asia, Australia and Africa. The average rainfall is 200 centimeters.
* Tropical rainforest biomes are found in the lower latitudes. * The temperture is mostly around 80 degrees. * There isn’t a big change in seasons.
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Animal Environments. What is an Environment? An environment, or habitat, is the natural home of an animal or a plant. An animal’s environment must meet.
We have the habitat a rainforest. It looks like a rainy place and it has A lot of trees.it gets a 100 inches of rain and snow each year. It is Tropical.
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Emergent Canopy Understory 100 First Floor Exit.
J Mill & Big D Tropical Rainforest. Topical Rainforest Tropical rainforests cover about 6% of the Earth's total land surface. They are mainly located.
Rainforests. Two Types of Rainforests Tropical – Located along the equator – inches of rain per year – Temperature between degrees Temperate.
The plants on the Biome – Broad Leaved Evergreen Trees, Ferns, Large Woody Vines and climbing plants, orchids and bromeliads. The Animals – Herbivores!
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Rainforest By: Metab Al-Saaq. Where is it found?
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Alec S., Ryan K., Andrew W., & Mark S.. Mostly around the equator Rain Forests cover approximately 6% of Earth’s land surface There are 3 main layers.
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Hadley Kaff Emma Starks. Tropical Rainforest The green shows where this biome can be found.
Biome Presentation Tropical Rainforests Elena Whitlock and Ceci Tucker
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Tropical Rain Forest By: Jada Gray, Cassie Mattingly, Austin Beck, and Sierra Lake.
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The Amazon Rainforest By Finn and Alice Click on video to view.
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RAIN FOREST ECOSYSTEM BY AMARA. LOCATION Almost all rain forests are near the equator. They occupy large areas in Africa, Asia, and Central and South.
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Strangler fig Canopy Bromeliad Climate and temperature chart.
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