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Tropical rainforest

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  1. Tropicalrainforest • By Gustavo Campos • What I know about the tropical rainforest a

  2. What is unique about the tropical rainforest • The habitat has many different types of species and can collect about 8ft – 14ft of water it’s about 450 cm/year • There is no protection for the tropical rainforests often,logs are exported whole • Another biome similar to the tropical rain forest is thecloud forest these forests form on mountaintops • There is many types of species in the rain forest ( like birds) • In the tropical rain forest the leafs have adapted to all the rain they have drip tip • Another biome similar to the tropical rain forest is thecloud forest these forests form on mountaintops • The abiotic are our machines the people who live have abiotic things • The biotic things are the animals and plants and bacteria

  3. producer JELLYFUNGI My paragraph is about jelly fungi the producer of the food chain. Jelly fungi are types of fungi that belong to several different orders but the class belong is Heterobasidiomycetesand form mushrooms that have a gelatinous appearance. Jelly fungi are typically white, orange, pink, rose-colored, brown, or black they tend to lack a definite shape. These cells are found on tubes and ridges beneath the mushroom cap. That is what is so unique about jelly fungi.

  4. Primary consumer ants I am doing a paragraph about leaf cutter ants. Leaf cutter ants could be the smallest recyclers on the planet. These little ants serve an extremely useful purpose in the rainforest. Leaf cutter ants feed on a range of fresh leaves, fruits, flowers, tubers, and stems of plants and it helps the plant. Those are the purposes why ants can help the environment.

  5. Secondary consumer chimpanzee This is my paragraph about how a chimpanzee looks like. Chimpanzee is a medium-size ape with an expressive face, a small nose, a big mouth, and large ears. It has long hands and fingers, with short thumb; and can grasp items with its large feet teeth larger than humans'. The why how they get around is in the trees. Those are the features and attitudes of a chimpanzee.

  6. Tertiary consumer jaguar This is my paragraph about how a jaguar looks like. A jaguar has a smooth coat that is usually orange or tannish brown, with black spots called "rosettes". Jaguars have big paws to pull fish out of the water which they eat. They also have a lot of polka dots on them. That is how a jaguar looks like.

  7. Decomposer termites This is a paragraph about how termites look like. Termites have antennae they are smoothly angled. Termite wings have many small veins. There are some termites that have heads that are black. That is how a termite would look like in the tropical rainforest.

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