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  1. The Tropical Rainforest By Umema and Moza

  2. Climate in the rainforest is very warm. It is greater than 20 it will change from 20 degrees to 25.degrees The temperature does not get too hot or too cold. The total rainfall is 250cm in one year, it’s raining very often. A biotic Factors Rainfall Temperature www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/rainforest www.ths.spslaneedu/biomes/rain3/rain3html

  3. Human Activities Cutting down trees to use for houses, paper, and furniture is bad for the rainforest and us. This is bad for us because we are not getting enough oxygen in the world. We also lose plants and animals. Killing animals is bad for the rain forest. for example we are loosing elephants because people want there tusks. www.savetherainforest.org

  4. The Climate The seasons do not change in the tropical rainforest. It has been hot and wet for millions of years. The average temperature year-round is about 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The tropical rain forest is the wettest place on earth. It rains every day. In one year it may rain about 100 to 400 inches. This means that 9 to 30 feet of rain may fall each year. http://oncampus.richmond.edu/academics/education/projects/webunits/biomes/rclimate.html

  5. Map of Rainforests

  6. The Rainforest

  7. Animals that live there

  8. Anaconda The Anaconda is found mostly in the Amazon River Basin, but it is also located in other parts of South America. Scales serve a purpose different than that of fur and feathers. Scales are mainly protecting them from the environment for anacondas. http://www.zoosociety.org/pdf/GuidedTours/AnimalAdap.pdf http://www.rainforestanimals.net/guide.htm l

  9. Toucans Toucans are located in Central and South America tropical and sub-tropical rainforests. They have bills in order to eat food. http://www.amersol.edu.pe/ms/7th/7block/jungle_research/new_cards/40/40card.html http://www.rainforestanimals.net/guide.html

  10. Bengal Tiger Found in the Southeast Asian Rainforest. Bengal tigers live in tropical rainforests, forests and mangroves in southern and southeastern Asia. Instead of having a tongue bone, like cats, tigers have cartilage in their mouth that allows them to ROAR as loud as they do. The tigers orange fur is the color of dry grass. The tigers black stripes look like shadows from grass. http://www.saskschools.ca/~avonlea2/grass3/grade910sc/indextigerlnm.htm http://www.rainforestanimals.net/guide.html

  11. Jaguar Found in Mexico, Central and South America. Although not usually thought of as an adaptation, whiskers serve an important purpose for many animals. In most cases, whiskers around the face, specifically the mouth area, help the animal feel its way through tight spots. http://www.zoosociety.org/pdf/GuidedTours/AnimalAdap.pdf http://www.rainforestanimals.net/guide.html

  12. The Harpy Eagle The Harpy Eagle can be found in and near the rainforests of Central and South America. The backside of the Harpy Eagle is covered with slate black feathers, and the underside is covered with white. http://whozoo.org/Anlife99/coreybow/harpyeagle3.html http://www.rainforestanimals.net/guide.html

  13. Plants that live there

  14. Bengal Bamboo Found in the Southeast Asian Rainforest. It is adapted by being able to live in the rainforest. It does very well in a moist environment with a lot of rainfall. It likes temperatures between 40 degrees Fahrenheit and 100 degrees Fahrenheit. http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/rnfrst_plant_page.htm

  15. Bougainvillea Found in the Amazon rainforest in South America. It prefers a tropical climate. Unlike other flowers in different trees, Bougainvillea’s flowers don’t have odor. http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/rnfrst_plant_page.htm

  16. Curare Found in the canopy in the rainforest in South America. http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/rnfrst_plant_page.htm

  17. Durian Durian's bark is dark brown, rough with many vertical splits. Grows in the lowland rainforests http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/rnfrst_plant_page.htm

  18. Bibliography • http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/rnfrst_plant_page.htm • http://www.rainforestanimals.net/guide.html • http://oncampus.richmond.edu/academics/education/projects/webunits/biomes/rclimate.html • http://www.saskschools.ca/~avonlea2/grass3/grade910sc/indextigerlnm.htm • http://www.zoosociety.org/pdf/GuidedTours/AnimalAdap.pdf • http://www.saskschools.ca/~avonlea2/grass3/grade910sc/indextigerlnm.htm • http://www.amersol.edu.pe/ms/7th/7block/jungle_research/new_cards/40/40card.html • http://whozoo.org/Anlife99/coreybow/harpyeagle3.html • Sounds • http://www.partnersinrhyme.com/soundfx/Ambience.shtml

  19. THANK YOU!!!