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Habitat Research Notes Scientist:______________________Date___________ Habitat :________________________________
Source: Where in the world is this habitat located?
What is the climate of this habitat? Source:
Identify three (3) plant species that exist in this habitat. Tell the characteristics that allow them to survive here. Source: 1.
Identify three (3) animal species that exist in this habitat. Tell the characteristics that allow them to survive here. 1. Source:
Select one animal from this habitat and design a food chain that includes this animal. You must identify at least two (2) other members in the food chain. Source:
Why should people care about what happens to this biome? How does this biome affect people? Source:
What impact have people had on this biome? Source:
What else do scientists need to know about this habitat?
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